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Beyond Good & Evil 2 Spotted Online, Listed For 2014 Release

Posted on Wednesday, February 6 @ 09:38:38 PST by Alex_Osborn


Rayman mastermind Michel Ancel has been working on a sequel to Beyond Good & Evil on and off for quite some time now, and a new listing online suggests that we may see the game next year.

Online retailer Zavvi has Beyond Good & Evil 2 on its online store with a release date of March 22, 2014. You'll notice that it says the game is for the Xbox 360, but anyone with a drop of common sense knows that by that time, it'll like be on next-gen hardware.

This could all just be a load of baloney, but the description is quite fascinating. It reads: 

Designed by Michel Ancel and his acclaimed design team at Ubisoft, this is a sequel to the beloved adventure game, Beyond Good & Evil.

The game has not yet, however, been officially announced under the title “Beyond Good & Evil 2″ it is instead referred to simply as “Next Michel Ancel Project” after its creator, it it might possibly have a unique title to reboot the franchise.

Are you as excited for a new entry in the series as I am? In case you couldn't tell, I'm really, really hyped for a sequel. Be sure to share your enthusiasm with the rest of the GR community in the comments below.

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