Posts Tagged ‘Michel Ancel’

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Here’s the First Beyond Good & Evil 2 In-Engine Demo

Get an early look at what Ancel and his team is doing.

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Ubisoft Open to Reviving Splinter Cell and Other Dormant Franchises, Talks Beyond Good & Evil 2’s Prolonged Development

Michel Ancel has a very specific vision for “enormous” sequel.

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Ancel: Beyond Good & Evil 2 Is at “Day Zero of Development,” More WiLD News in the Coming Year

They hope to be back in a year with a playable demo.

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Beyond Good & Evil 2 PS4, Xbox One & PC Release Suggested By Website

But Michel Ancel says platforms haven’t been announced yet.

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Michel Ancel’s PS4 Exclusive WiLD is Alive and Well, Here’s a Screenshot

It was initially revealed in 2014.

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New Beyond Good & Evil Officially Confirmed

Platforms not confirmed.

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Beyond Good & Evil 2 Now Appears to Be in Pre-Production

He’s working on it at Ubisoft.

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Michel Ancel Posts Beyond Good & Evil 2 Teaser on “Ubisoft Day” as the Studio Fights Off Takeover

Ubisoft is safe…for now.

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Looks Like Michel Ancel Is Teasing Beyond Good & Evil 2

Ancel thanks Ubisoft for making “this” possible.

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Michel Ancel Reaffirms Beyond Good and Evil 2 is Still Coming

Dormant, not dead.

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PS4-Exclusive WiLD Will Allow Players to Choose Their Own Adventure

How you progress is up to you.

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PGW 2015: Wild Gameplay Video & Walkthrough

It looks wild.

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PS4 Exclusive WiLD Is Still in Development And “Looking Good,” Says Sony XDev Europe

It debuted at gamescom 2014.

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Ubisoft Isn’t Ready to Talk About Beyond Good & Evil 2

It’s still too early, it seems.

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Ubisoft: Beyond Good & Evil 2 in Development at Ubisoft Montpellier

“They’re developing something that aspires to push past the boundaries of a proverbial sequel.”