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The sands of time delayed

Ubisoft announced its latest financial results, which were largely uneventful. However, the results included a list of games the company expected to release in the next fiscal year, and this inadvertently revealed that Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland and Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake have been delayed again.

During an earlier financial presentation in May, Ubisoft said Tom Clancy’s The Division Heartland was expected to be published in the current financial year, ie before the end of March 2022. This window has now been revised and it will be one of six premium titles that are currently to be published in the next financial year between April 2022 and March 2023. The reason for the delay is unknown, but not surprising considering that Ubisoft Massive is also the brand new content for. has moved Division 2 Earlier this week (not to mention the video game industry is inundated with delays thanks to the pandemic).

In the meantime, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake sounds like it got stuck in development hell. The game was originally scheduled to be released last January before being postponed to March. The game was then further postponed to a “later date”, which was limited to the last three months of the current financial year, which would be between January and March 2022. It is now being postponed to the next financial year for the third time. the second of six premium titles currently set to be released between April 2022 and March 2023. Developer Ubisoft India released a statement to reassure players:

The full statement can be read below:

Hello Prince of Persia fans!

We’d like to take a moment to reassure you that the development of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Remake is still ongoing, motivated and inspired by your feedback.

We will keep you informed of our progress in the future and would like to thank you all for your unwavering support and patience.

Back in September Rocksmith + was postponed to a release date of 2022 to allow the team to include user feedback from the closed beta. Since this is the third game to be released in the next fiscal year, we can assume that it will be released sometime between April and December 2022. Avatar: Limits of Pandora also has a similar sharing window.

Surprisingly, Skull bones remains on track for the next fiscal year and was moved to this window in May. Apparently work on the game is continuing well and the Singapore team has reached important new production milestones. Finally we’ll see too Mario + Rabbids: Spark of Hope on Nintendo Switch during the same period.

The other notable thing was a pretty cryptic comment too Roller champions. The game is expected to be released before the end of March 2022, but is “no longer included in the instructions”. The best way to interpret this is to say that the game will be released towards the end of March and will have little impact on the current financial year figures. Another explanation may be that we can expect this game to be postponed again very soon. Either way, little was said about it Roller champions since its closed beta in January and that’s not necessarily a good sign.

[Source: Ubisoft]



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