Beyond Good and Evil 2 is the spiritual successor to 2003 classic Beyond Good and Evil. Similarly, Ubisoft has not announced a release window for the project, though earlier comments suggest that a publicly playable build of the Beyond Good and Evil 2 will not be available for at least a year. With a functional prototype, we expect the game's development to gather speed at long last.
The demonstration, as seen below, is incredibly bare-bones, and creative director Michel Ancel indicated in the video that all pieces you see are "work-in-progress assets", as they are obviously not the same level of quality you saw in the cinematic trailer.
Most impressive is the scale of the game.
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For that matter, Ancel chose to show off a bit of the game's past before working more into its future, as he recently took to Instagram to announce that a prototype video for the game will be available for viewing starting tomorrow - more than likely on his same channel, though it could also end up on the Ubisoft YouTube channel as well, considering the popularity of the game.
One aspect of the original that will be returning is the ability to take pictures of what is going on in the game, and use those to show other characters as evidence of what you have seen. This game looks to be quite massive, allowing you to go pretty much anywhere you see on the horizon in front of you.
'That was one of the big features we wanted to make sure we had before showing the game to the public, to everybody, ' says Ancel.