Beyond Good and Evil 2 resurfaced at Ubisoft's E3 presentation today, showing off more little tidbits of the story and pitting Pey'j against Jade as the previous game's protagonist takes on a darker role.
Pre-alpha gameplay also showed a fairly polished world with flying spaceships and bo staff combat making their return. No word on when the game will arrive, but there were a few more slightly odd arrivals on the stage.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt came on to introduce the HitRecord initiative which will allow fans to have their art showcased in the game itself. Yes, that Joseph Gordon-Levitt, the one from the films.
HitRecord is an initiative that pays contributors for their work, so this seems like a pretty cool way of getting your work in one of the most anticipated games of all time.
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