However, the game's original creator, Jordan Mechner, has hinted that he's now trying to convince Ubisoft to raise the prince from his slumber. Of course, there's certainly a fan base out there hungry for more Prince of Persia, so we'll have to wait and see if Ubisoft and Mechner can come together for a new game.
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"Chrissy, I know a few other people who feel the same way".
The game's creator is trying his best to make it happen. Mechner was behind the original Prince of Persia game that launched in 1989 and has been on board to help with other entries in the series, including the 2001 reboot that relaunched the series into stardom.
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The mid-00s saw the release of three Prince of Persia titles before Ubisoft moved on to the Assassin's Creed franchise. After all, many already consider Assassin's Creed and its myriad sequels to have filled the hole left when the Prince of Persia property languished during the PS3 and Xbox 360 era.
OnlySP is your first port of call for all single-player gaming news. He was also very much involved in the Sands of Time trilogy of games and is obviously still attached to the series. That said, though, Ubisoft could very well surprise the world in 2018 by granting Mechner his wish of working on another game in the series.
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Do you think Mechner will be able to revive the Prince Of Persia franchise?