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Video Of A Cancelled Prince Of Persia Game Has Actually Been Concealing On YouTube For Eight Years

Video footage of a cancelled Prince of Persia game has come to light today, however it’s in fact been readily available for years. Prince of Persia Redemption was never actually revealed, so it’s not clear why it was cancelled– although Ubisoft Montreal has actually been quite hectic with Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry for the past decade.

The last main Prince of Persia video game was 2010’s Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, which went back to the Sands of Time timeline following 2008’s reboot, simply titled Prince of Persia.

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