Jordan Mechner the creator of series re-tweeted a Ubisoft Montreal's tweet on the franchise.
A new Prince of Persia game looks likely to be released at some point, following a tweet from the original creator to a fan of the cinematic platformer adventure.
Model and TV host Chrissy Teigen posted on Twitter about how she enjoyed Prince Of Persia and wondered if the franchise would ever come back. Mechner promptly responded saying "Chrissy, I know a few other people who feel the same way".
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Unfortunately, "we're doing our best" doesn't mean it's happening just yet.
Sadly, it's been seven years since we've seen a new game, which apart from reminding us what a git time can be, is pretty disappointing for a once-great series.
Prince of Persia's roots can be traced back to the inaugural Apple II outing back in 1989, though it wasn't until 2003's critically acclaimed Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time that the series really became a bona fide industry juggernaut.
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Whilst Mechner developed the very first Prince of Persia games, he also helped other Ubisoft games come to fruition and is still synonymous with the series.
Whichever Prince of Persia game you're thinking of, yes, it's old now. That said, though, Ubisoft could very well surprise the world in 2018 by granting Mechner his wish of working on another game in the series.
2010 is when the last Prince of Persia game, The Forgotten sands, was released.
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