Beyond Good & Evil 2 It seems to be growing more distant. The sequel to the popular 2003 game, which was last officially shown at E3 2017, is still on Ubisoft's list of planned projects, despite still being "very green."
Apparently, Guillaume Carmonahas, the managing director of Ubisoft Montpellier, has left the company.
Ubisoft employees were given the news, without mentioning why, for confidentiality reasons. Carmona said he had not been absent since the start of the year.
Ubisoft Montpellier is being audited for labor.
Ubisoft Montpellier is not the only company to provide worrying data. Due to the frightening amount of sickness leave due to stress or illness, the Montpellier Labor Inspectorate is looking into the study.
Many of the employees at Ubisoft Montpellier left the company after these losses.
Ubisoft has confirmed that its Montpellier facility, well-known for its Rayman games, is being evaluated by third-party experts to assess prevention strategies, "because our team's safety and well-being are our top priorities."
Beyond Good & Evil 2's creative director Jean-Marc Geffroy and game designer Benjamin Dumaz have both recently resigned. AND Michel Ancelcreator of the original, who resigned just before accusations of his nefarious behavior.
Ubisoft Montpellier has been working on a version of Beyond Good and Evil 2 for the last ten years, and has broken a new record, which was taken from Duke Nukem Forever, for the game with the longest development (its first trailer is from 2008, although of that there is nothing left).
According to Kotaku sources, the game is still developing a solid creative vision, one that is both fun and realizable: it will probably be very different from what we saw at E3 2017...