Ubisoft officials contacted Scott Pilgrim inventor Bryan Lee O'Malley. So it looks like fans will have some hope for a return of Scott Pilgrim against the rest of the world: The game. The title was removed from stores in 2014 and has not been published since.
The release of "Scott Pilgrim vs. the Rest of the World: The Game" was more than ten years ago. To this day, the side-scrolling beat 'em-up is celebrated by fans. In August 2010 the title was first published for PlayStation 3 and a little later for Xbox 360. However, due to licensing problems, the game was removed from the respective stores in December 2014.
Wishes for a new version of Scott Pilgrim against the rest of the world: The game has appeared again and again in recent years. Most recently, however, the topic received a lot of attention again in May 2020. In a tweet, Scott Pilgrim inventor Bryan Lee O'Malley called for the game to return. The director of the film – Edgar Wright – has also expressed this wish to Ubisoft.
In keeping with the title's ten-year anniversary, a tweet from Bryan Lee O'Malley is now giving fans hope. Accordingly, Ubisoft is currently in talks with the inventor. Obviously, this is probably Scott Pilgrim versus the rest of the world: the game is going to turn. We don't yet know whether fans will actually be able to look forward to a new edition in the end. Publisher Ubisoft has not yet commented on the subject either.
Just last week, by the way, Anamanaguchi also wanted Scott Pilgrim to return against the rest of the world: The game made strong. The group was responsible for the soundtrack and would also like a re-release of the title.
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