Ubisoft may soon announce a new Prince of Persia game after registering the “princeofpersia6” domain [UPDATE]

It appears that Ubisoft will soon announce a new Prince of Persia game. Gandi.net, the company that handles all of Ubisoft’s games has registered the “princeofpersia6.com” domain. As such, the French company may soon reveal Prince of Persia 6.

It’s worth noting that the title for the latest Assassin’s Creed game was revealed via the same way. Hours before the game’s official reveal, it came to our attention that Gandi.net has registered Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. So yeah, this appears to be the real deal.

We don’t know when Ubisoft plans to reveal this new Prince of Persia game. It’s worth noting that Microsoft will hold an Xbox event in a few days (May 7th). Not only that, but Ubisoft will be present at it and will showcase Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. Therefore, an announcement of a new Prince of Persia game during this event sounds plausible.

Now while it’s great that there is a new Prince of Persia game, a lot of us are wondering one thing… does this mean that Ubisoft will also revive Splinter Cell? After all, a lot of gamers have been asking Ubisoft for a new Splinter Cell game. Thus, a next-gen Splinter Cell game may soon happen. Hopefully.

Stay tuned for more!


There is something fishy going on here. While yesterday Gandi,net was listed as the registrant for the “princeofpersia6.com” domain, the Whois lookup now shows GoDaddy. So yeah, take this with a grain of salt.

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