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Prince of Persia Returns in Roguelite Adventure “The Rogue Prince” (Early Access May 14).

Some fans will get to play The Rogue Prince of Persia ahead of time, thanks to the Evil Empire. The recently revealed closed alpha test for The Rogue Prince of Persia is the studio’s offer.

Early in April, rumours of the impending Prince of Persia spin-off surfaced. As per the original story, the game developed by Evil Empire was officially revealed on April 10 and was scheduled for release on May 14. The Rogue Prince of Persia is set to launch as a Steam Early Access title, according to the French studio. Console versions of the Roguelite have not yet been formally announced.

The Closed Alpha Test for the Rogue Prince of Persia Is About to Begin

Fans can register for Evil Empire’s closed alpha test through the game’s official website while they wait. The Rogue Prince of Persia’s release date is just one month away, so it should not be too long until the alpha begins. However, the studio did not specify when the test would begin. Pre-release testing for the studio’s previous game, Dead Cells, was handled in a way that suggests the upcoming alpha will be released to players in phases, with the company adding testers one at a time until it is happy with the project’s scope.

Even though there aren’t any current social media reports indicating otherwise, it’s plausible that some fans have already received alpha invites. In particular, accepting an NDA that forbids talking about the game before its early access launch is a requirement to take part in the test; thus, testers who just confirm their alpha registration would be in violation of that agreement.

Despite this, the fundamental gameplay mechanic of the roguelite is not obscure in the slightest, in part because Ubisoft and Evil Empire have granted media access to a preview of The Rogue Prince of Persia prior to its official release. Thus, it can be established that the game will feature non-linear levels and plot advancement, much like another Dead Cells game.

Although Motion Twin was the initial developer of Dead Cells, the French firm eventually formed Evil Empire to manage the roguelike’s post-release content. The Rogue Prince of Persia, which has apparently been in development since 2019, is the studio’s first independent game production. Like Dead Cells, there will be a tonne of post-launch content for the soon-to-come Prince of Persia spin-off. Based on the studio’s last endeavour, The Rogue Prince of Persia is anticipated to remain in early access for approximately a year prior to its official release.


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