Worrying news is popping up about Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Remake, which would be practically finished and certified by Sony for the PlayStation Network.
Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Remake would be practically finished, with even the certification of Sony , so much so that there are the definitive Trophies on the PlayStation Network with even the percentages of completion, a sign that there is a playable build tested internally.
The news was reported by insider Lance McDonald, who underlined some key points of some discoveries made by examining the game’s profile on Sony’s network.
According to the insider, Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Remake was practically finished, practically in Gold, but the reaction of the players convinced Ubisoft to remove the game already loaded on the servers. Some players were still able to play it, so much so that they unlocked Trophies . For example, 71.4% of those who tried it got the “Dagger of Time” (almost at the beginning of the game), while 57.1% even got it platinum.
Probably very few have accessed it (we are talking about Japanese players who managed to unlock it through the keys of the pre-orders and tests carried out by the development team with a very high privacy setting), but nevertheless something concrete still had to be there, otherwise certain data would not be explainable.