Prince Of Persia: The Lost Crown Goes On Sale For All Platforms

A full $20 off on the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and last-gen consoles.

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  • Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown is a new Prince of Persia game by popular developer Ubisoft.
  • The game has been discounted on Best Buy for all the platforms it’s available to play on.
  • As opposed to its $50 MSRP, you can get The Lost Crown for as low as $29.99 at the moment. 

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown is a franchise iteration no one was really expecting, but given how the game has turned out, fans and players are glad to have a fantastic new side-scrolling Metroidvania at their disposal. The good news is, if you’ve been holding out on purchasing The Lost Crown, now might be just the time for you to jump right in. Best Buy’s offering a $20 discount on the game for a limited time.

Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown on Best Buy at a Discounted Price
Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown on Best Buy at a Discounted Price

And the pricing that you see above isn’t just for the PlayStation 5—other platforms that the game is on, namely PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One, have all been treated to the same $20 discount. Best act quickly, because I don’t presume this deal is going to stick around forever. 

A Well-Grounded Metroidvania That’s Dripping In Quality

I played through the side-scroller and had a blast, even though my initial expectations were far off, and the disappointment with Ubisoft’s approach to a new Prince of Persia game still lingered in the back of my mind. Turns out, this is an incredibly enjoyable 2.5D Metroidvania that pretty much checks most boxes off, including gameplay, art direction, and exploration, save for a few hiccups here and there. 

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The Wak Wak Tree in Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown [Image By eXputer]
In other news, the Senior Game Designer of Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown expressed their interest in making a Zelda spin-off in the same vein as this game, saying, “Personally, I would LOVE to work with the Zelda IP. Maybe a strange spin-off based on Adventure of Link? I don’t doubt Ubisoft Montpelier would do a great job on this front as well. 

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The Lost Crown came out on January 18, 2024, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and older-gen platforms. eXputer rated the title 3.5/5.0 in its review, with author Usama Mehmood saying that the game has “provided us with a great game to kickstart 2024 off.” On a side note, keep this guide handy when you’re up against the final boss of the title—it’s full of helpful info and tricks.

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