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Upcoming Ubisoft Digital Titles Possibly Leaked Via Image

Posted on Friday, September 6 @ 13:03:57 Eastern by


The image above appears to be a list of games to be announced at an upcoming Ubisoft Digital Day. While the majority of them appear to be iOS-related, some could be released via PSN, Steam, Xbox LIVE, Nintendo eShop, or even Facebook.

The big one for me would be a sequel to last year's mobile game of the year, called Rayman: Fiesta Run. Now is a good time to release is considering there is some decent buzz surrounding the franchise due to the recently released Rayman Legends. (Did you see our motion poster or read our review?)

Aside from Rayman, his pals the Rabbids are back in Rabbids: Big Bang. It could be about a massive Rabbid orgy, or more likely something related to outer space.

For Assassin's Creed, if ACIV wasn't enough, what sounds like either an iOS or Facebook spin-off could release as Assassin's Creed: Pirates. Ubi also appears to be looking to squeeze some more sales out of an existing title, Assassin's Creed: Liberation HD—sales that the PS Vita couldn't bring.

There's more, like Tom Clancy's Endwar Online, Child of Light, Autodance II, and Valiant Hearts: The Great War.

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