Prince of Persia: A remake of the sands of time has been postponed again by Ubisoft. According to IGN American sources, many retailers have removed the game from their sales catalog and are no longer accepting pre-orders.
The delay comes just weeks after Ubisoft announced it was moving to the Montreal studio for the title. It was originally planned to arrive on consoles at its headquarters in Pune and Mumbai, India, the game is undergoing a new change in its schedule and should be released only in the next fiscal year.
We hear that GameStop is no longer waiting for the release of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake and is giving instructions to people who pre-ordered it to know it will not arrive. The website also says it is unavailable and it looks like the lists will be deleted pic.twitter.com/MVcVjnmWgX
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I have heard that GameStop is no longer waiting for the release of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake and I have given the hint to inform the people who pre-ordered it that there is no expected arrival date. The website also says it is not available and it looks like the lists will be deleted.
Read the statement sent by Ubisoft to US IGN below:
Development of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake will now be led by Ubisoft Montreal. We are proud of the work done by Ubisoft Pune and Ubisoft Mumbai and Ubisoft Montreal will benefit from their training as the new team will continue to work on creating the perfect remake.
As a result, we no longer have the intended FY2023 release and the game is removed from the list. If players wish to cancel a pre-order, they will be invited to contact the reseller. They will be updated as the project progresses.
Updates on Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake will be announced later.
Management issues of the remake of the Prince of Persia
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