Ubisoft May Have Teased The Return Of The SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD Video Game

Ubisoft May Have Teased The Return Of The SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD Video Game

Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World could possibly be getting the long-awaited re-release that fans have been clamouring for, as Ubisoft seemingly teased it.

Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World is a beat 'em up game that released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 back in 2010, based on the comicbook series of the same name created by Bryan Lee O'Malley. The game was published by Ubisoft and developed by their Montreal and Chengdu studios.

Wht's controversial about this game is that there is absolutely no way for players to purchase it again, since this was only a digital release and the game was pulled from the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade in December of 2014; to the dismay of many.  

It seems that there may be a small beam of hope for those who still haven't had the chance to play the Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World video game, but we'll have to provide a little bit of context first.

Yesterday, English director Edgard Wright — the man behind hits like Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and the phenomenal Spaced series — has announced that his Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World live-action film, which originally hit theatres in 2010, will be re-released in August.

This is where things get even more interesting, as this seemingly prompted Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World creator Bryan Lee O'Malley to ask Ubisoft to bring back the video game adaptation. Ubisoft sinmply replied with a "pondering emoji", but the fact that this was even addressed may be a hint that they are actually considering.

Since Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World was pulled from online stores, fans have been constantly begging Ubisoft to bring the game back, and now that the film is being re-released in August may just be the perfect time to re-release the game. We'll all keep our fingers crossed for this to happen.

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