The biggest gaming news for June 3, 2022

If you think you had a bad day today, spare a thought for the folks working on the remake of Prince of Persia: Sands of Time, as Ubisoft has announced that the game has been further delayed and even pulled. retail stores.

That’s our biggest story today, but we also have the news that the Street Fighter 6 slate seems to have leaked, as well as the announcement that Morbius is returning to theaters thanks to all the memes. You will find more details below.

Prince of Persia: The Sands Of Time Remake Delayed Again, Removed From Retail Store List

The remake of Prince of Persia: The Sands Of Time suffered another setback as Ubisoft revealed that the game was no longer targeting a fiscal year 2023 release. Worse still, the game also began to be delisted by various retailers, including GameStop, as fans also see their pre-orders cancelled. Ubisoft doesn’t even pencil in a release window as to when we can expect the game, but explains that this further delay was caused by developers moving from Ubisoft Pune and Mumbai to Ubisoft Montreal.

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Street Fighter 6 Online Roster Leaks

Lots of new Street Fighter 6 information has leaked online since the game was revealed at last night’s State of Play showcase, including what appears to be the game’s full roster. to be present are included in Street Fighter 6, but this leak also reveals seven new characters entering the Street Fighter universe.

Morbius returns to theaters after viral meme outbreak

Morbheads can celebrate as Dr. Michael Morbius is set to return to the big screen thanks to the film’s recent viral meme outbreak. More than 1,000 theaters will resume showing Morbius, as Sony seeks to capitalize on the ironic success of the film which has only intensified since its first release. Whether or not people will watch it this time around is another matter altogether.


EA voices support for LGBTQ+ and women’s rights following dispute with workers

EA appears to have reneged on its recent pledge not to publicly comment on trans and women’s rights after staff threatened to leave if the company participated in Pride. In a statement posted on EA’s official Twitter account earlier today, the publisher took a stand saying “As a company, we are united in the fact that trans rights are human rights. Women’s rights are human rights.” It may have taken a bit of convincing, but it’s good that EA made the decision to speak out publicly.

Mega Drive 2 announced, includes Sega games on CD

Finally, Sega had a little announcement to make since it unveiled a new mini console. The Mega Drive 2 is set to launch on October 27 in Japan and will feature 50 different games, including a few select Sega CD titles. Sega’s English-language channels have yet to comment on whether this is Japan-exclusive, but it’s something to import if you’re really desperate for some retro goodness.

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