Beyond Good & Evil 2 Videos Reveal New Gameplay and Vehicles

Plus a 30-minute demo of the Beyond Good & Evil 2 alpha.

As Beyond Good & Evil 2 continues its evolution from whispered legend to real game, the developers at Ubisoft have several videos showcasing new details about Beyond Good & Evil 2, including a 30-minute demo walkthrough.

A new features video outlines more of Beyond Good & Evil 2's online open-world. Ganesha City is detailed some more along with gameplay elements like fighter mods, weapons, vehicle customization, and online co-op.

Another video is a 30-minute walkthrough of Ubisoft's behind-closed-doors E3 presentation which is a bit more dated and certainly seems like a work in-development. Nevertheless, the mechanics like flight and combat are functioning and scale seems to be the focus of the demo. It's staggering going from the solar system to a planet to a major city to a level.

No release date yet but you can check out our Beyond Good & Evil 2 Everything We Know guide for more info.

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