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First Hand Look at New Exciting Beyond Good and Evil 2 Gameplay

During Ubisoft’s E3 2017 conference, the company announced a sequel to 2003’s Beyond Good and Evil was in full swing. Developed by Ubisoft Montpellier, in early as 2007, left the game wrapped in mystery until its official announcement at last year’s E3.

In a recently released trailer, creative manager Jean-Marc Geffroy shows off a few new gameplay and combat mechanics. Along with this, new information regarding certain characters control, and their specific roles in game. Pirates were also confirmed to be the profession of the players character, with players having to work their way from the bottom up. This is done by forming a crew and commanding a ship. With freedom of movement being key to exploring the game world. The game offers a large, expansive world, with several cities and planets that the player will be able to traverse. Whether it be by spacecraft, a jetpack or on foot, there is much to see. And with such an open world, the player can opt to switch between these methods in a matter of seconds.

Shared worlds have become common in certain open world games, with UniSofts new game portraying this new feature. With this feature in place, players will be able to form clans, or opt in to world events that may provide rewards to participating players. These clans and public events remain a mystery as to how they will play out. However, players will be able to track certain players they encounter, which may be the key system to creating clans.

With the original Beyond Good and Evil’s release back in 2003, it is surprising that Ubisoft is willing to spend a great deal of time and money towards this project. The community still knows very little about certain aspects of the game. But, with E3 just around the corner, expect to hear more at Ubisoft’s E3 presentation.

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