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Rumour: Ubisoft are working on Prince of Persia Sands of Time trilogy remake

Published: 08:37, 31 March 2020
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It looks like Ubisoft are working on new Prince of Persia games after all. A well-known ResetEra insider John Harker has been teasing the remake of the Sands of Time trilogy for quite some time now, suggesting a potential announcement.

Rumours about new Prince of Persia games just won't go away despite Ubisoft's confirmation that Assassin's Creed is their preferred franchise. Of course, this does not mean that Ubisoft will never consider Prince of Persia franchise again, it is more like a response to those who have been craving for more Prince of Persia games.

However, the latest limited-time event for For Honor, which brings Prince of Persia-themed content to Ubisoft's melee action title, started another avalanche of rumours and speculation. On top of this, a well-known ResetEra insider John Harker has also been teasing new Prince of Persia games for several weeks now.

Apparently, Ubisoft are working on Prince of Persia Sands of Time trilogy remake. The insider started teasing the remake in January 2020. When asked what was the best way to play the trilogy, he replied: "Wait not that long for the remake."

When Dark Babylon rumours started to surface Harked denied it, saying that Dark Babylon "is not the next PoP release". In his most recent tease in early March, after the For Honor event, he teased ResetEra members with a simple "I wonder if all of this is building toward something" post, hinting the potential announcement.

Now, just like any other rumour, leak or unconfirmed info, you should take this with a grain of salt, especially after Ubisoft's comments on new Prince of Persia games. That being said, John Harker has a pretty good track record with accurate details about Call of Duty and Nintendo Switch specs so it is possible that the info is actually legit. Guess we will have to wait and see.

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