Ubisoft won't comment on Jade Raymond rumours

Written by Joe Martin

July 11, 2008 | 11:54

Tags: #altair #assassins-creed #chicago #i-am-alive #jade #jade-raymond #rumour #ubi

Companies: #ubisoft

Ubisoft has declined to comment in any way on what is rumoured to be the latest project of the Assassin's Creed designer Jade Raymond, I Am Alive.

News on what exactly the popular Jade has been up to has been scant and, while many have assumed that the controversial producer has been working on the next game in the Assassin's Creed trilogy, rumours suggest that she may have a new project planned.

Although the project is still unconfirmed by Ubisoft, who also have refused to deny the game according to Eurogamer, gaming site GameKyo has heard the Jade is involved in the game and that is is planned for a Spring 2009 release.

The game, which has apparently been in production for three years at the Parisian Darkworks studios, is planned as an Xbox 360, PS3 and PC first-person adventure set in Chicago after a massive earthquake. Players take the role of a survivor who is looking to escape the aftermath of the catastrophe.

Although the game is set in the first-person perspective, initial reports say that there'll be little to no violence in the game and instead the action will focus on navigation of the environment, much like DICE's Mirrors Edge.

Sound interesting to you, or were you bored of Jade and the whole free-running thing back when Altair was having a go? Let us know your thoughts in the forums.
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