Although the saga Prince of persia I have fallen into the sands of oblivion, Ubisoft tried to publish a new installment in the generation of PS3 and Xbox 360. This is demonstrated by a video gameplay of Prince of Persia: Redemption, a canceled game whose gameplay presentation trailer It has been published on YouTube since 2012 without anyone noticing.
You have been a forum user ResetEra who discovered this video published on YouTube eight years ago. In it you can see an extensive section of the canceled gameplay Prince of Persia: Redemption; It's three minutes of gameplay demonstrating a more cinematic approach with QTEs, spectacular combat against enemies and bosses, smooth animations, and a graphical environment that takes full advantage of the technical specifications of the past generation of consoles. You can see the video under these lines
"Where did you get this ?!"
How do we know that this Prince of Persia: Redemption Was it a real game and not a fake hard-worked by someone with extensive notions of animation? There are several things that explain that this game was in development: first of all we know that Christophe Prelot, a former Ubisoft employee, worked between 2010 and 2011 on a Prince of Persia game canceled thanks to your LinkedIn profile, while on the other hand this video received in 2018 a comment from Marc-Andre Belleau, Technical Assistant Manager at Ubisoft, which said "where did you get this ?!".
It is curious that in eight years no one has noticed that there is a video gameplay of a canceled game of Prince of persiabut the truth is that The user who published it in 2012, Pos itiveLauncher, has only 17 subscribers
Ubisoft has yet to comment on this discovery. The French company does not have, at the moment, any plan on the table to bring back the saga of the Prince of Persia: the last thing it did with it was a special event in For Honor. Yes, throughout all these years of drought there has been talk on several occasions about a new game in the franchise and just yesterday the news broke that Ubisoft had registered the domain of Prince of Persia 6, although it was later rejected that this record had any kind of relationship with the company itself.