Rumors Before the first broadcast the remake of Prince of
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Rumors: Before the first broadcast, the remake of Prince of Persia: Sands of Time was uploaded to the PlayStation servers – and someone took advantage of it

portal WhatIfGaming made aware comment Programmer and dataminer Lance McDonald (Lance McDonald) on the situation in which the remake of the action-adventure Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time by Ubisoft was created.

    Image source: Ubisoft

Image source: Ubisoft

Recall that The Sands of Time rethink was confirmed in September 2020 and was expected to release on January 21st, 2021. However, due to player criticism, the release was postponed – first by two months, then indefinitely.

According to McDonald, the remake of The Sands of Time was ready before its first port, was sent to gold, went through Sony certification and was even uploaded to PlayStation Network servers.

According to Dataminer, thanks to encryption keys from pre-orders, some Japanese players managed to gain access to the unreleased project and even started mining trophies in it.

    The percentage of those who got a specific trophy is only shown when you hover over the icon (Image source: WhatIfGaming)

The percentage of those who got a specific trophy is only shown when you hover over the icon (Image source: WhatIfGaming)

As noted by journalist WhatIfGaming on the PSNProfiles website, which tracks PSN gamers’ achievements, actually there is References to rewards unlocked by users in the unreleased remake, including “Platinum”.

In a similar situation, WhatIfGaming recalls, there was a remake of the cult shooter GoldenEye 007 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S, and Nintendo Switch. Then the achievements from the game upwards official announcement knocked out by the developers themselves.

A remake of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time has been announced for PC (Ubisoft Connect, EGS), PS4 and Xbox One. Since May of this year, the game has been developed by Ubisoft Montreal and, despite the lack of news, has not been discontinued at all.

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