For a long time, Duke Nukem Forever was the game that had been in development for the longest before its release, but now Beyond Good & Evil 2 has been in development for even longer. It’s been 5,239 days since Ubisoft announced the game, while Duke Nukem Forever “already” appeared 5,156 days later.
Beyond Good & Evil 2 was announced by Ubisoft in 2008, but it is still unclear when the game will be released. Over the years there has been multiple Updates From Ubisoft About the game, but according to a rumor earlier this year, about the game Still in pre-production. At this stage, concepts and ideas about the game and development planning are made.
If the game actually comes out, there will be more time between the game’s release and its announcement with current record holder Duke Nukem Forever. After all, that game came out in 2011, after it was announced in 1997, and it turned out to be a long wait Doesn’t deserve to be. There were 5,156 days between the release and the announcement of Duke Nukem; Less than the number of days between the announcement of Beyond Good & Evil 2 and now, GamesIndustry.biz editor-in-chief Brendan Sinclair noted.
Beyond Good & Evil 2 is a third-person, open-world action game set before the events of the first game. That first game was released in 2003. The sequel, if it still comes out, should get a co-op mode and new characters.
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