New gameplay footage released for Beyond Good & Evil 2, showing Augments, Vehicles, Co-Op, Spyglass and more

As promised, Ubisoft has revealed some new gameplay footage from Beyond Good & Evil 2. In case you weren’t aware of, Ubisoft held a Beyond Good and Evil 2 Space Monkeys stream that gave us a closer look at a whole bunch of new gameplay, featuring augments, ship-to-ship combat, combat skills, the scope of seamless co-op, how you can begin recruiting characters to your crew, and more.

The first video is basically a recap of that stream and gives a small taste of what has been shown. We’ve also embedded the full gameplay demo – which is 26 minutes long – so we strongly suggest watching that one too.

Beyond Good and Evil 2 is the spiritual successor to the cult classic, and a prequel that will transport players into a profoundly multicultural world. The game aims to capture the spirit of the original with “grandiose decors and intense dramas that play out across a vast universe.“

In Beyond Good and Evil 2, players will fight alongside other characters in a new solar system, as they struggle for freedom and the right to determine their own fate among the stars. Players will be able to game either by themselves or with friends in a vast and seamless online playground.

Enjoy!

Beyond Good and Evil 2: New Gameplay Update - Augments, Vehicles, Co-Op, and Spyglass | Ubisoft [NA]

Beyond Good & Evil 2 – E3 2018 Pre-Alpha demo walkthrough

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