Ubisoft reportedly working on Immortals Fenyx Rising sequel and new Prince of Persia game

By Sean Carey,
According to a new report, Ubisoft is working on a new 2.5D Prince of Persia game and an Immortals Fenyx Rising sequel.

Immortals Fenyx Rising

The report comes from reliable leaker Tom Henderson over at Xfire. According to Henderson, Ubisoft has around 20 games that are due updates or announcements of some kind "in the near future," and several sources have told him that the publisher is preparing a big showcase event that will reveal more about these games. The showcase was supposedly due to take place prior to this year's so-far-unannounced E3 event, though it has now apparently been put on hold due to recent world events.

One of the new titles the report mentions is an unannounced 2.5D Prince of Persia game that's reportedly in development at Ubisoft Montpellier. It's claimed that the new game is inspired by Moon Studios' Ori games: Ori and the Blind Forest and Ori and the Will of the Wisps. Another interesting game of note that's reportedly in the works is a follow-up to Immortals Fenyx Rising. The report notes that Ubisoft was pleased with the performance of Immortals Fenyx Rising and that a sequel in the pre-production stages. The report also discusses previously announced games such as Skull & Bones, Assassin's Creed Infinity, The Division Heartland, and more.

As always, it's worth noting that none of this is official until Ubisoft makes confirmation of the above, so take it all with a lovely spoonful of salt.

Since 2020, Ubisoft has held two Ubisoft Forward digital events, which the publisher considered a success. Ubisoft hasn't announced its showcase plans for this year.

How do you feel about a 2.5D Prince of Persia? Would you like to see a second Immortals Fenyx Rising? Sound off in the comments!
Sean Carey
Written by Sean Carey
Hey, I’m Sean! I joined both TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies as a staff writer in 2019. I’m a big fan of the Metal Gear Solid series and love a good narrative adventure. Most evenings you’ll find me failing to get a win in Call of Duty: Warzone.