Ubisoft shared a stunning new cinematic trailer for Beyond Good and Evil 2 during its E3 2018 press conference. The short clip offers clues about the title's moment-to-moment action and, most importantly, a sneak peek at the game's villain.
An invitation to collaborate went live Monday on the website of Gordon-Levitt's Hit Record, with the first project being to make music that one might hear on a space pirate radio station in Ubisoft's "Beyond Good and Evil 2", a science fiction shooter crafted to be a space opera. Hopefully we can expect even more from the game at E3 next year, but for now, the stuff Ubisoft has announced offers plenty to unpack.More news: Sampdoria land Torreira replacement as Osti sends Arsenal their price
Beyond Good & Evil 2 will feature Jade, returning from the original game - though she's looking a little smaller in stature this time around. Players will control their own custom space pirate, tasked with navigating from planet to planet doing general piratey things. We also got to learn about new characters including a Chief Cook named Paige and Callum your Chief Engineer. Inside, we see a couple of crew members, including Pey'J - who you may remember as Jade's pig-like uncle from the original Beyond Good & Evil - serving as the ship's chef. Players search for a lost artifact, and Jade stands in your way.
Finally, Ubisoft spoke about its plans to incorporate fan art and music into the game through its Space Monkey Program and Joseph Gordon-Levitt's collaborative production company HitRecord. The best stuff will appear in Beyond Good and Evil 2, giving the game a "real world" connection.More news: The Division 2 E3 2018 Cinematic Trailer
Ubisoft hasn't revealed a release date yet nor platforms.More news: HBO Confirms 'Game Of Thrones' Prequel
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