Multiple news sites have started reporting on a leaked remake of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. A Ubisoft classic that is widely loved by fans. There have been some images leaked, with most sites claiming they come from Reddit.
No actual sources have been mentioned, with reddit threads even asking where these images came from. What seems to be an original Reddit post can be found here. Only the comments remain though, as the user deleted their post.
Both of these images appear to be taken with regular cameras and exhibit some leak qualities. However the validity of these pictures should be put under extensive scrutiny.
As you can probably tell, the image is a bit too dark to make out properly. But at a glance it does appear to be an upgraded version of Prince of Persia: Sands of Time. What holds this back is that on imgur the only information is that it was posted 3 days ago. There is no indication where this has actually come from. It just ended up doing the rounds on reddit.
The other images above are now hard to come by anywhere else on the internet, bringing to question their validity.
The Only Reliable Source
The only shred of reliable information comes from a prominent resetera.com leaker and figure, John Harker. He has been consistently correct in all of his claims on games and leaks. Take the below image with a grain of salt though. It was posted originally by Harker in the reset era blog site in January.
This was a response to someone asking the best way to play the Prince of Persia: Sands of Time trilogy. Whilst Harker is known to be correct that doesn’t mean the other images found on reddit are real, so don’t get too excited just yet. As of right now it isn’t even clear if this is a remake of the trilogy or just of the first Ubisoft reboot.
Is a Remake Coming?
We have very little to go off in terms of a remake of any Prince of Persia game as of yet. many of these leaks are unsubstantial or don’t have credible sources behind them. There is still a chance the images are real, but they should be taken as they are, unsupported leaks.