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Prince of Persia Epilogue DLC Not Coming to PC

Prince of Persia Epilogue DLC Not Coming to PC

Last month, new details were revealed about the downloadable content (DLC) for Prince of Persia. At the time, Ubisoft announced that the new content would be released for consoles on February 26, and it has since become clear that this content will not be released for PC. The only explanation for this is that this decision was made for “business reasons”.

The downloadable content is titled Prince of Persia Epilogue and starts right after the end of the full game story. The Prince and Elika’s adventure takes place in a hidden underground palace and it’s up to you to escape from this palace. To help you, both characters gain a new ability.

Elika gains Energise, which she can use to restore devastated areas and clear passageways that would otherwise remain closed. The Prince gets Sprinting Clash, an attack that charges you to temporarily take out enemies. The difficulty of Epilogue will be slightly higher, resulting in more aggressive enemies, tricky obstacles and complicated levels. This should ensure that you get at least 3 hours of extra gameplay with this content. And secretly there are also a few new skins.

Ubisoft plans to release Epilogue for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on February 26 at a price yet to be determined.

In the latest Prince of Persia, the Prince finds himself in a new world that is corrupt and compromised. The story and thereby the goal of the Prince is to purify this world. This story and the accompanying environments will be more imaginative this time and not so clinging to reality. It should be given a more magical, almost poetic design, but still remain very believable. The player has to light several ‘Lightwells’, which will send pure light into the world and thus restore the world’s purity one by one.

The transformation of the world that comes with this will happen in real time. No more annoying cutscenes, but you will be able to walk around while your environments adapt to the new situation. This way plants grow back and the sky becomes clear again while you can keep moving. It will also no longer be possible in this Prince of Persia to manipulate time. No more time travel and turning back.

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Prince of Persia has since been released for PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo DS.