We saw it. Now you can see it. Today, Ubisoft put out a video of Michel Ancel playing the Beyond Good & Evil 2 tech demo shown behind closed doors at E3. Look for radical zooming from planet surface to space, and planet-spanning flight. For more about what the game is supposed to be, read our interview with Ancel.
“This is day zero of Beyond Good & Evil 2,” Michel Ancel told me on Monday. As he spoke, he was playing an early version of a game people have been expecting for nearly a decade, but that he says has only actually been in development for a few years.
I think it’s safe to say that Michel Ancel has been through some shit when it comes to Beyond Good & Evil.
In a world where we can actually play Duke Nukem Forever and The Last Guardian, we will soon be able to play the Beyond Good & Evil follow-up nearly a decade in the making. It’s safe to say “soon,” right? Ubisoft just ended their E3 press conference with a trailer for it.
For the next month, Ubisoft’s ultimate cult classic, Beyond Good & Evil, can be yours for zero dollars if you have a PC and a free Ubisoft Club account. That’s down from $10 on Steam. The mega-publisher is giving the game away as part of a year-long celebration of their 30th anniversary (and maybe boost Club…
Shenmue III? Check. Final Fantasy VII remake? Check. The Last Guardian? Check. Beyond Good & Evil 2? Well, it’s complicated, but it’s not sounding good.
Well, the weather's finally starting to get warm. Flowers are starting to bloom. Cherry blossoms are exploding from tree branches. Must be time for another heart-breaking glimpse of the long-brewing follow-up to Beyond Good & Evil.
Okay, okay. This is one of those times where there's kinda no real "news," and yet it's still worth mentioning because, well, Beyond Good & Evil 2.
Fans of Beyond Good & Evil have been waiting a very long time for a sequel.
Over the weekend, some supposed new screenshots of Beyond Good & Evil 2 - or at least BG&E2's tech demo - look to have turned up. Interestingly, while they share the same setting as the last screens (and the tech demo video), these actually have star Jade front and centre, and show sequences not depicted in prior…
It's been a virtual flood of leaks and glimpses this week for Beyond Good & Evil 2. There've been comments about tech requirements and a screenshot of the sequel's gameworld. Now, a video flythrough of the environmental design has popped up.
Allgamesbeta has posted three more shots from Beyond Good & Evil 2, which match the look of the image that turned up yesterday.
We've already heard that Michel Ancel's Beyond Good & Evil 2 is in development, though it sounds like it might have to wait until the next generation of consoles for release.
I speak a little bit of French. Just enough, in fact, to get the gist of what Rayman creator Michel Ancel is saying in this interview. The Ubisoft developer confirms work continues on the long-awaited sequel to cult favorite Beyond Good & Evil, but also says that it'll need better tech than is currently available.
Listen: the first thing you need to know about the music in the newest Rayman game is that it's got some kickass virtuoso kazoo playing.
Over the weekend, Beyond Good & Evil creator Michel Ancel gave a talk at the Montpellier in Game conference in France. As a treat, he showed off some concept art and footage from the game's sequel, the long-in-development Beyond Good & Evil 2.
Ubisoft's recent financial report indicated that, following a fiscal year loss of $74 million, a number of projects were being scrapped as part of an internal reorganization. Since we've heard very little from Beyond Good & Evil 2in the three years since its teaser trailer was shown, some thought it finally meant…
Now here's something. After years of listening to fans call this one of the great, under-appreciated classics of video gaming, people will actually get the chance to play a polished, updated version of Beyond Good & Evil.