The year 2014 was the last year for Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game. For years, fans wept that the game vanished from the digital stores. Fans have requested that Ubisoft return the game to the stores in droves, so everyone can experience it. Well, it seems that Ubisoft has been listening to the fans because recently Scott Pilgrim writer, Bryan O’Malley, tweeted an interesting statement.
This on-going discussion started when Kotaku published an article about the game being removed from digital stores. The band behind the game’s soundtrack, Anamanaguchi, tweeted about this. Causing the conversation and campaign to spike at a rapid rate.
— Anamanaguchi (@anamanaguchi) August 12, 2020
Hope for the game’s return has sprouted higher recently due to Bryan O’Malley tweet. His tweet states that Ubisoft has contacted him, but didn’t provide any details about its discussion.
PS. ubisoft has reached out to me
— Bryan Lee O'Malley (@bryanleeomalley) August 13, 2020
This doesn’t mean the game will return for current and future consoles. However, it does provide comfort for fans to hear that there is a chance that Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game could return.