Here is the complete timeline of Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown explained.
Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown marks Ubisoft’s new addition to the franchise after almost 13 years of fans waiting for a new title. However, much has changed in this title compared to its predecessor, The Forgotten Sands. Not only does the new 2.5D title take the players back to the root of the sidescroller, but it has also introduced a completely fresh narrative.
The timeline has always been an interesting part of games like Prince of Persia, which typically entangles stories between the titles released over time. While playing The Lost Crown, you might question the timeline of the story of the newly released title and how it connects with its prequels. So, let’s jump into today’s guide and look at the timeline of Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown.
The Lost Crown Timeline
Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown has no connection with the previous entries of the series, as the game is a standalone game with a different timeline.
As a Prince of Persia fan myself, I was pretty excited to know about the Prince’s story this game would present when it was first announced. However, for the first time in the franchise, the Lost Crown’s protagonist is not the prince but a member of the Immortal, Saigon. Although the Prince is present in the game, he plays more like a side character in the main story.
The game’s plot follows Prince Ghassan being kidnapped and held in Mount Qaf and the seven members of the Immortals are tasked to bring the Prince back. The game’s story presents Sargon journey across the mountains, overcoming the obstacles, and finally rescuing the Prince.