Ubisoft has been criticized by many for not wanting to do anything with the Prince of Persia series and Splinter Cell either, even though they could have a new episode or a reboot.
The remake of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time is realized, of course, but the publisher’s characters are more wrapped up in other games in the form of cameos. So will the All-Star Blast, which you can preview below.
All-Star Blast is similar to some of Nintendo’s games and the legendary Bomberman’s, meaning the primary goal is to trap our comrades and blow them up on a spacious but straightforward track from a top view, taking advantage of the dead ends.
Both special weapons and special power-ups are at our disposal to win. The novelty is that, like battle royals, the map is getting narrower, forcing players to get close to each other and get out of the final winner.
A total of 100 can participate in the fight, so it’s a BR. Oh, and of course, we can play with Ubisoft game characters, so the Prince of Persia hero, Sam Fisher, Ezio, River from Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Rayman, or a Rabbid, and Fenix, the Immortals we can also control her.
Ubisoft All-Star Blast is currently available for free play on PCs, mobiles, and tablets, and those interested can find it here on a platform called Ubisoft Nano. Anyway, we can play with friends, create our leaderboards, and get cosmetic stuff by looking at an ad, so you don’t have to spend real money on this battle royale.
Ubisoft has been moving very strongly towards multiplayer lately: Riders Republic, which is preparing for a massive online extreme sports game, is coming, and it recently announced Tom Clancy’s XDefiant, a fast-paced, multiplayer FPS.