Ubisoft Montpellier is reportedly facing a labour investigation over growing concerns of burnout, stress, and sickness among employees.
Despite being almost a decade old at this point, the PS4 and Xbox One still continue to be a great option to experience the latest in gaming.
Ubisoft has internally cancelled a number of upcoming projects, but it seems like the frequently-delayed Beyond Good and Evil 2 isn't one of them.
A new report has claimed that after 15 years of production, Ubisoft's frequently delayed sequel is still years off from launch.
As external playtests reportedly begin, one source tells insider Tom Henderson that they had "no idea what I was doing when playing."
Sarah Arellano, who worked on World of Warcraft and at Volition on the Saints Row series, joins Ubisoft Montpellier for the open-world title.
While Ubisoft continues to silent about Beyond Good and Evil 2, reports state that the company is getting ready to kick off external playtesting for the game.
Ubisoft says that a game it has been developing for what feels like forever is going to be its most ambitious title to date.
A report claims that the long-in-development Beyond Good and Evil 2, first announced in 2016, is still in pre-production.
A developer working on Beyond Good and Evil 2 has stated that the game is several years from release, and insider Tom Henderson believes it might be coming in 2024 or 2025.
Though the game is still in development, it's been claimed that those involved with the project believe it's only a matter of time before it's cancelled.
Unsurprisingly, it looks like Ubisoft is now aiming to release the game for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S instead of their predecessors.
Ubisoft assures (once again) that the ever-elusive Beyond Good and Evil 2 is still in the works- but it might be a while before we hear more about it.
Ubisoft Montpellier announced Beyond Good and Evil 2 all the way back in 2017, and though it remains as elusive as ever, it seems they've got other things in the works as well.
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"There's a lot of progress in that team," says Yves Guillemot.
Michel Ancel has moved on from video games to focus on wild life.
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Yves Guillemot thinks the game will be big.
One can always dream but the chances of these games appearing at E3 2019 are slim.