Ubisoft: Beyond Good and Evil 2 to be bigger, better than original

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 3 April 2009 07:00 GMT

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Ubisoft’s Michel Ancel has told All Gamers that Beyond Good and Evil 2 will be bigger, more immersive and include more investigations.

Loads of returning characters are expected, and it’ll retain the spirit of the first game, the developer said.

Ancel also mentioned that due to the constraints of PS2’s Emotion Engine last time out, the firm did not make the game the way it was envisioned. That’s all changed for the sequel, he said.

The game’s currently in pre-production, so it’s going to be a while before a concrete release date is announced along with platforms.

Thanks, Gamezine.

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