Ubisoft releases a PC demo for Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown

PC gamers can now play a free demo for Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown

Ubisoft have released a free demo version of Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown, giving PC gamers a chance to try the new game before committing to purchasing it.

The demo is available now though both Ubisoft Connect and the Epic Games Store. Sadly, The Lost Crown is not available on PC through Steam, either in full or demo form.

Sargon, trained as a weapon to serve Persia, is on a mission to save its heir to the throne, Prince Ghassan. This perilous journey is sending him to Mount Qaf, where time no longer flows swift and sure in one direction. Sargon along with the other Immortals head to Mount Qaf to save the Prince, but it doesn’t take long before he finds himself splitting paths, with some of the Immortals on a conflicting trajectory. Maybe that’s because time seems to be mysteriously intertwined here and sometimes the past can happen after the present. No matter the cost, Sargon continues to strive when all odds are against him, gaining strength along the way.

Earlier this month, Ubisoft released their official PC system requirements for Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown. On PC the game is shockingly easy to run, and all console versions target 60 FPS or higher framerates. Yes, even the game’s Switch version targets 60 FPS.

So far, Ubisoft’s new Prince of Persia game has received mostly positive reviews from the press. While some gamers will not like its 2.5D nature, the game has proved to be a solid platformer.

Prince of Persia The Lost Crown is coming to PC and consoles on January 18th 2024. The game will be available as a standalone game on PC and as part of Ubisoft+. The game will release on January 15th for Ubisoft+ subscribers.

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