Creative Director Michel Ancel shows a behind the scenes look at the first in-engine demo shown at E3 2017.
Beyond Good & Evil 2 was a very pleasant surprise at E3 this year, but all we really saw was a well designed trailer created to get fans excited that the game was actually coming.
What he shows off is a mixture of tech demo and minor playable elements, as you can see the Voyager engine in motion powering the Mothership shown off in the original trailer, as well as that rapscallion monkey flying around in a jetpack.
Journey to System 3, for the prequel to one of Ubisoft's most beloved games! Beyond and Good Evil 2 is still in an extremely early state, and the demo only offered viewers the chance to see what the game's engine is capable of, but today, Ubisoft released a video of that demo to the public. Ubisoft has described development of Beyond Good & Evil 2 as being at day zero, indicating that there is still a ton of work to be done.
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These are definitely some impressive plans and it would be incredible if even just most of these find their way to the final game.
We are then introduced to the truly massive world Beyond Good and Evil 2 takes place in, which could even give No Man's Sky a run for its money. Parking the monkey character from the trailer atop the large Ganehsa statue makes him appear tiny, but when Ancel zooms out, you see that statue is just a tiny bit of a city, that's a tiny bit of a continent and a planet.
We'll let you know what Beyond Good & Evil 2 news surfaces from tomorrow's video debut.