An old demo for one of Ubisoft­’s upcom­ing titles, Gods & Mon­sters was avail­able on Google Sta­dia for a short time, allow­ing play­ers who noticed a chance to try it out.

In a Eurogamer report, the demo appeared in the Sta­dia store under the name Orpheus. Since Sta­dia is a stream only plat­form, users were able to play instant­ly, because they did­n’t need to wait on a download.

Those who played the game com­pared it to Assas­s­in’s Creed Odyssey and Nin­ten­do’s The Leg­end of Zel­da: Breath of the Wild. Ubisoft con­firmed this was a demo from E3 2019 in a state­ment to Eurogamer, and that the game and title has changed since.

Our vision for the game for­mer­ly known as Gods and Mon­sters has evolved in sur­pris­ing ways, which is com­mon when devel­op­ing excit­ing new worlds. This footage is from our E3 2019 demo, which was shown to select press last June and is now over one year old. Much has changed since then in terms of fea­tures, tone, art and char­ac­ter design, and even the name of the game. We are hard at work and very excit­ed to final­ly show play­ers what we have cre­at­ed at the end of summer.”

Gods & Mon­sters was sup­pose to release dur­ing Feb­ru­ary this year, but it was among sev­er­al titles Ubisoft delayed. It’s new tar­get launch date is some­time before March 31st, 2021.

Google also gave a state­ment to apol­o­gize to Ubisoft.

Regret­ful­ly, on Thurs­day morn­ing, we mis­tak­en­ly made an E3 2019 demo ver­sion of Gods & Mon­sters from Ubisoft avail­able on the Sta­dia store that was not intend­ed for the pub­lic to play,” said a spokesper­son. “A few hun­dred gamers were able to play it for less than 30 min­utes. We sin­cere­ly apol­o­gise to our part­ners at Ubisoft for this mistake.”