The Beyond Good and Evil remaster will be released next week (for real)

The Beyond Good and Evil remaster will be released next week (for real)

After a bit of a false start, Ubisoft has released a trailer for its remake of the cult classic game Beyond Good and Evil. The video first appeared in a tweet from the game studio that was later deleted. But the new seems to be sticking around, and that means we really will be getting the Beyond Good and Evil – 20th Anniversary Edition on June 25. It will be available on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. Limited Run Games will also be of the remaster starting July 12; those will be for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S and Switch.

The two-minute long trailer showcases the newly updated art assets. The remaster will run at up to 4K and 60 FPS, and it has a re-orchestrated soundtrack. Plus it also promises “exclusive new content,” but it’s unclear what that might include. Check out the whole video for yourself:

Today’s back-and-forth on X echoes back to about the planned remaster in the first place. A listing for it appeared on the Xbox Store and an incomplete version was briefly on Ubisoft Plus back in 2023 thanks to a technical glitch. Also, any time Beyond Good and Evil comes up, regular readers might find themselves wondering about the sequel that has been and and and for more than a decade. No, this update doesn’t seem to bring any new information about that project.

What a long, strange development cycle it’s been.

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