When I first played Beyond Good And Evil, it was years after its release and I felt I had stumbled upon a real gem. At the time, I was playing on some crappy Asus laptop I had bought for myself in college just so I could have some sort of of PC gaming available to me. It ran games like Team Fortress 2 and Counterstrike at low qualities. But I was most proud of being able to play Beyond Good And Evil, even though it chugged and lagged. My dedication was fierce. There are so many reasons the sequel for Beyond Good And Evil needs to happen, but I’ve taken the time to highlight five of the most important.

1. Open-World
In past reports about the upcoming title, creator Michel Ancel has said that the sequel plans on offering travel between cities and even between different planets. Ancel has said they wanted to do this in the first game, but there just wasn’t enough manpower and time to put it together. Perhaps this is one of the biggest aspects of the sequel that is holding the game back? Regardless, having an open world in Beyond Good And Evil 2 would add to all levels of the story in the game. While you could somewhat travel around in the first game, it wasn’t as ambitious as I think Ancel wanted it to be. The second installment would be the best opportunity to perfect the open-world map and truly make it a journey of a lifetime.

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