Official: Prince of Persia Sands of Time Remake Set to Release on 21st January 2021

Coming to Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC

Much Anticipated Prince of Persia Sands of Time Remake is now official. During the Ubisoft Forward as we predicted, the announcement was made. The game is set to release on 21st January 2021. It’ll join PlayStation 4, Xbox One, next-gen consoles, and PC. Steam fans won’t like to hear this but Prince of Persia Sands of Time Remake will only be available on Epic Games Store and Uplay.

Gameplay Photo From Prince of Persia Sands of Time Remake

“Amidst the scorched sands of ancient Persia, there is a legend spun in an ancient tongue. It speaks of a time borne of blood and ruled by deceit.” reads the description of the game. “Drawn to the dark powers of a magic dagger, a young Prince is led to unleash a deadly evil upon a beautiful kingdom.”

The trailer isn’t what the fans expected, because right now the dislikes for this fan-favorite game are above the likes. While writing the article, the dislikes have hit 1000, and likes are stuck at 600.

According to the announcement, this is a full-scale remake, which means everything re-designed from tip to toes. In addition, the controls which were a big problem In the original game have also been addressed. Ubisoft claims that the controls are completely rebuilt for modern standards.

Pre-order the game and get access to this free “back to origins set.”

The game will also feature new enemy character models, better cinematic sequences, enhanced audio, soundtracks, and voices.

You can pre-order the game for €39,99/$39.99 Here. Players who will pre-order the game will get a free “Back to the origin set” along with their copy. Lastly, the game can be pre-ordered from Epic Store, Ubisoft Store, Microsoft Store, and PlayStation Store.  

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Moiz Banoori


Reading and Writing Everything identified with the game's industry since 2013. A colossal admirer of Rockstar and CD Projekt Games. I can recall my gaming memories, all the way back to Tetris & Pepsiman. We have come a long way.
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