|Prince of Persia: Epilogue|
|Series||Prince of Persia|
|Platform(s)||Xbox 360. Playstation 3|
|Release date(s)||March 5, 2009|
|Previous game (release)||Prince of Persia: The Fallen King|
|Next game (release)||Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands|
|Previous game (canon)||Prince of Persia|
|Next game (canon)||Prince of Persia: The Fallen King|
Prince of Persia: Epilogue is a downloadable content pack for Prince of Persia, continuing the story of the thief Prince and the Princess Elika. The Prince and Elika face more cunning foes, traps and level design, adding more to the difficulty level in over three hours of gameplay. It was released March 5, 2009.
The Prince takes Elika to an underground palace, to escape Ahriman. Elika expresses her disdain for the Prince's decision to free Ahriman and walks away from the Prince. The Prince follows her, and finds her confronting a more powerful Mourning King. They reunite, and drive the king away temporarily. As the try to escape the palace, they confront the Mourning King, and many of Ahriman's followers.
In a final confrontation with the Mourning King, the Prince pushes him into some spikes, impaling him. The Prince and Elika then flee, as Ahriman then tries to kill them. They get away, but Elika, angry at the Prince for freeing Ahriman, leaves the Prince in search for other Ahura to defeat Ahriman.
- New Region: The Underground Palace - A corrupted underground palace from which the Prince and Elika need to escape in a new epic journey.
- New Power: Energize - Reconstruct destroyed areas of the environment to create a path and rush through it before it vanishes.
- New Attack: Sprinting Clash - A duel move that lets you or the enemy trigger a sprint attack, charging towards each other, clashing your weapons fiercely.
- New Unlockable Skins: - Finish the game and unlock exclusively, from the early development of the game, the Prototype characters of the Prince and Elika.
The DLC was received with mixed reviews. Reviewers praised the level design and gameplay for being more difficult than the original. At the same time some were disappointed the length of the DLC compared to its price and the lack of story progression.
Ubisoft made the controversial decision to not release the epilogue for PC, which did get the original game. A Ubisoft community manager stated that the DLC was not released on PC due to "business reasons". The decision led to an outcry in the PC community.