Our First Look At Beyond Good & Evil 2's In-Game Engine

Trevor Jackson
June 29, 2017

Beyond Good and Evil 2 was considered one of the highlights of E3 2017, but it was also noted that the only thing showed at the expo was a cinematic trailer. Rumors have been circulating about the game for the last decade, and we finally got a brief glimpse of it when creative director Michel Ancel took the stage.

What do you guys think of the in-engine demo?

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Ubisoft unveiled a new gameplay video for Beyond Good and Evil 2, displaying Ubisoft's very own Michel Ancel playing the handsome in-engine game demo. The Michel Ancel-led video focuses heavily on the scale of the world and how the spaceships fly. The video below does though, and thankfully they're just as impressive... For those are interested in shaping the game's development, be sure to check out the game's Space Monkey Program, which will allow fans to check out early versions of the game and offer feedback to the developers. The idea is that you should be able to go anywhere in the massive game universe without loading screens.

"We want interactivity to be the heart of the whole experience", Ancel says. If you left that reveal with the desire to see more, there is some good news, because Ubisoft just shared footage of the in-engine tech demo that was showcased to the press behind closed doors.

Beyond Good and Evil 2 is now in development at Ubisoft, with an unknown release date, for unknown platforms.

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