As you might have figured by now, Ubisoft likes to tease us with new Beyond Good And Evil 2 concept art pictures since the game is still in the early stages of its development. The official website for Beyond Good and Evil 2 has been updated with new ones, show the vastness of its world.
Posted on the official website of Beyond Good And Evil 2, both show different ecosystem that you’ll probably face as a pirate in the game. One shows a plant-filled Asian themed scenery and the other one a more steampunk depiction of a flying city with the name of Radio Cheeta. They were previously showcased in the framework of E3 2017 and as anyone can see it shows the sandbox nature of the title.
The two new concept arts were posted as a reference in a “Devs Ask Space Monkeys” post where the developers want you to let them know “What types of environments are you looking forward to discovering, exploring and expressing yourselves in, as free pirates in System 3”. The places the devs are thinking about implementing are:
- Secret Pirate lairs on asteroids, spaceports, dormant volcanic craters…
- Black markets in city slums
- Treacherous mining operations
- Lush valleys with sacred temples
- Legendary treasures hidden in uncharted territories across space
Previously, Ubisoft shared an artwork showcasing the Merchant Mothership which players posses if they want in the upcoming title. As described by Ubisoft those who have glimpsed the ship from the inside don’t live to tell the tale and rumors are its trades slaves in the black market. Another artwork showcased a space pirate that seems to be a Mexican judging from the tattoos on his face which matches with Day Of The Dead festival’s aesthetics.
Beyond Good & Evil 2 is still in development and has no release date, but it is expected to arrive between 2018 and 2019 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.