Although it’s been a while since Ubisoft shared any information about Beyond Good & Evil 2, the game is still in development. The French publisher is now hiring more devs to work on it.
Game Rant paid attention to a new job posting on LinkedIn published by Ubisoft on October 4. The company is now looking for a 3D Programmer for the Beyond Good & Evil 2 team.
According to the job’s description, the candidate will be “responsible for the development of new features of the graphics engine, while ensuring the support and optimization of tools related to it.”
Beyond Good & Evil 2 was announced at E3 2017. Director Michel Ancel, who also created the first game, announced his retirement from the games industry last year, saying that the project was in capable hands.
The last time Ubisoft spoke about Beyond Good & Evil 2 was during the quarterly report in July when CFO Frederick Duguet said: “We are progressing well with Beyond Good & Evil 2, but it’s too early to tell you more at this stage.”
However, the company hasn’t revealed target platforms or any release window yet.
In August 2020, Netflix also announced that it is working on a feature film adaptation of the first Beyond Good & Evil.
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