Prince of persian remake
The development of the remake is owned by Indian Ubisoft Studios in the cities of Pune and Mumbai. Ubisoft promises modern control. They are fully performing cameras, controls and remodeling and updating them to today’s standards. Players can choose between basic or modernization mapping. In addition, the developers promise a great experience with more realistic graphics.
In an interview published on the Ubisoft News website, the remake’s sports director Pierre-Sylvain Gears told us, “But we recreated everything from the ground up, because no files were actually usable due to the engine; We are using Evil, which was used to originate the killer breed.”
The new version of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time will arrive for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 21, and is playable on both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X via backward compatibility. However, it is available for pre-ordering on Ubisoft’s website.
Fans are taking to Twitter to express their disappointment. His biggest concern for the game is the graphics. While the game uses the same engine as Assassin’s Creed original, the trailer either did not do justice to the graphics, or the game is lacking in the front.
Why does it look like ps3 graphics? Suppose it’s a “remake” for ps4? It seems that the collection of Prince of Persia from PS3.
– Scott Jackson (@ ScottJackson79) September 10, 2020
Hey @Ubisoft !
Called 2012, they want their graphics back.
– Shreyash Singh (@shreeshsingh_) September 10, 2020
Polish polish polish … it requires polish emo
Well, alpha … beta footage is fine. We now need real gameplay to further enhance the improvements.
– Narendra Chaudhary (@MarwadiJat) September 11, 2020
I really hope that you will listen to the fans and you will not release this trash. It amazes me that no one in the development team tried to put a break in its abyss. Which planet are you all living in? You can still save it. Delay it and make corrections. Respect the fans.
– Desert Siren (@LadyMelodina) September 10, 2020
It looks terrible. I’m looking forward to a decent remake like RE2, Spyro, Shadow of Colossus and etc.
And it is a spit in the face of the prince of Persian fans.
We’ve all been waiting for a few years to get this “thing”?
– Raconi (@RacoonV) September 11, 2020
While some fans have given a clear decision, others are trying to be optimistic and find joy in the fact that they at least got the remake.
I’m really excited for this, but is there anything more feeling than Ubisoft’s recent output as the visuals are shrinking? It seems to be down to the switch, but the switch is not on the platform list. I hope it is optimized for PS4, XBO, and PC with Pro / X support.
– Matt Harget (@syke) September 10, 2020
Is that really a remake? Because it looks like a remaster. The graphics from the trailer do not look good.
A great game, but the graphics are not good.
– _ (@_badsado) September 10, 2020
I’m glad the prince is back, but 8f you’re not going to do the honors, I’d rather just leave it to you … why have you designed the graphics to look this bad?
– Corey Seville (@coreyseville) September 10, 2020
The character models look terrible … I have no objection if it is styled but it is not styled nor realistic at all. Something in between. The rest sounds very nice and nostalgic, though.
– Skinman (@S_kinnyman) September 10, 2020
Some fans are also hopeful about the fact that developers can critique and improve the game before its launch.
Exact same thought bro, they don’t add expressions to any character’s faces which is weird, if they did they would look something better. Now they have about 4 months, they should definitely work on it. !,
– Yash Raj Anand Y (@YASHTRON) September 10, 2020
While some have defended the game at all costs.
Complain about how the characters look. get over it. Can’t you enjoy a game right now? I mean people still play the racy evil game long ago and this game is really polygon. Just come. I still play DOOM 1992. stop complaining. Just have fun with it.
– Almighty NaeNae Goblin (@CrimsonSiegeYT) September 10, 2020
Will you just accept th3 fact that they are bringing back the prince? Sheesh, you would think that after honoring our wish we would shut the hell up, nothing else
PS However what about that new splinter cell game?
– TENET (@ Irfie4) September 11, 2020
I have never seen so many people cry before … entangled children. Graphics are not everything. I’m glad that the game is back for a new generation and that the art style fits with the original. This day is getting one! 4
– Sir Knight Aristair yr (@Ariastyr) September 10, 2020
Every disappointing gaming event is accompanied by fans’ memes. The memes include comparisons with other remakes with a jab at poor graphics.
You can see again who cares about the quality of their games and who doesn’t pic.twitter.com/qfG09k77QJ
– grated cheese. bIm (@_xandas_) September 10, 2020
Prince of Persia Remake 2021
Unmasked lost heritage 2017 pic.twitter.com/WKmMAm2djf
– BSK waiting for PSK (@BSKtheKing) September 10, 2020
take notes. pic.twitter.com/0Er0t3ETNS
– Cyber Punk 🦾 (@SoIidSnakee) September 10, 2020
Did I ever tell you what the definition of (remake) is ????? pic.twitter.com/hhvoyoJ8gY
– morsama (@morsama2) 03) September 10, 2020
Prince of Persia Remake: Verdict
The remake looks like an old splinter cell game. With no gameplay available, fans based their reactions on the trailer only. There is still hope that after release, the gameplay will change the perception of players. However, developers should still pay attention to criticism and try to fix them in post production.
In a move of harmony, Ubisoft CEO, Yves Guilmot, released a video on the official Twitter handle, apologizing for his shortcomings.
– Ubisoft (@ Ubisoft) September 10, 2020
Although Ubisoft’s reputation favors them, the apology video may point to attempts to correct their errors. Until then, gamers have to be prepared for further updates on the gameplay or any statement from the developers.