Four years since Ubisoft lifted the lid on Beyond Good And Evil 2 at E3 2017, we've not seen much of this upcoming prequel since 2019. While we've seen a few smaller updates since that reveal, Ubisoft's silence has led to speculation about the game's fate.
While they've advised that Beyond Good And Evil 2 hasn't been cancelled, Ubisoft may be dropping the last-gen console editions. As reported by Italy24 News, they advised the game will officially launch on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC, dropping PS4 and Xbox One editions.
Beyond Good and Evil 2's Last-Gen Versions Reportedly Cancelled
Though Ubisoft never formally announced which platforms Beyond Good And Evil 2 will arrive on, the French publisher's past release record all-but-confirms a multiplatform release is likely. Now that we're nine months into the 9th console generation, dropping last-gen consoles wouldn't be that surprising.
With no release window and reports of development hell following Michel Ancel's departure, we've seen other news from Ubisoft Montpellier in the meantime. Believed to be working on a second unannounced game, you can read more about that here.