When a video game is in the Guinness Book of Records, it’s always cool for the developer. The best-selling game of all time, the biggest game of all time, the game with the highest production budget of all time. All things you can be proud of in some way. But no one wants to wear the title “the game that’s been in development the longest.” However, Ubisoft Montpellier will have to do so. After all, they’re responsible for Beyond Good & Evil 2. And it’s an unfinished game after sixteen years of tinkering. And far from it. When the word got in this week that an investigation by the French labor inspectorate was under way because too many employees were walking around burnt out, you knew something was going wrong. but what? JJ hit the web and came up with the following video.
Beyond Good & Evil 2 is what’s called “development hell”
What’s up with the sequel to the smash hit Beyond Good & Evil? The fact that there was a sequel was a miracle in itself. After all, despite the very positive reviews, only 500,000 copies of the game were sold. And then that’s usually the end of the story. not here. how is that possible? Why was the head of the famous studio Ancell allowed to work on the sequel. And why was there no interference when the match was not over? JJ dived in and came up with a hypothesis.
Will the game come out?
Of course it also answers the question of whether or not Beyond Good & Evil 2 will be released. Because Ubisoft is claiming high and low that this will happen, it says nothing, according to him. There are always ways out of it. On the other hand, messing with a game for 16 years and then doing nothing with it is a huge bucket of money in the Sea of Thunder. And nobody wants that. What will happen? Click the Play button and you will get the answer.
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