Beyond Good and Evil 20th Anniversary Edition 2024
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Beyond Good and Evil 20th Anniversary Edition Announced for 2024

Ubisoft has officially announced Beyond Good and Evil 20th Anniversary Edition following a leak by the ESRB back in September. While it has been confirmed to launch in 2024, the platforms haven’t been announced yet.

Beyond Good and Evil 20th Anniversary Edition promises to deliver 4K resolution and 60FPS along with enhanced visuals, audio improvements and better controls. Auto-save and cross-save features will also be included in the remastered release. Beyond Good and Evil originally launched to critical acclaim in 2003. A sequel has been in development for several years now with little to no updates.

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The description for the original Beyond Good and Evil reads:

“For centuries, the planet Hillys has been bombarded by a relentless alien race. Skeptical of her government’s inability to repel the invaders, a rebellious action reporter named Jade sets out to capture the truth. Armed with her camera, dai-jo staff, and fierce determination, she discovers shocking evidence leading to a horrific government conspiracy, and is forced to battle an evil she cannot possibly fathom.”

  • Join the Rebellion: As action reporter Jade, join an underground resistance group and expose your government’s secrets using stealth, force, and wits. Stop at nothing until your people know the truth.
  • Expose the Conspiracy: Enter a futuristic world full of deception, where nothing is as it seems and exposing the truth is the only hope of restoring freedom.
  • Prepare for Anything: Brace yourself for any obstacle in this spellbinding world from the mind of innovative game creator, Michel Ancel.
  • United We Fight: Battle against the forces of conspiracy with Jade’s punishing dai-jo staff techniques. Master amazing tag-team fighting combos with allied resistance fighters.

Earlier this year, Beyond Good and Evil 2 developer Ubisoft Montpellier was investigated for alleged labour violations. We’ve had no updates on the case since then and even less on the status of the sequel, which was reportedly still in early development as of December 2022.

Source: Ubisoft

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