Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, Driver: San Francisco domains registered by Ubisoft

By Johnny Cullen, Friday, 23 April 2010 07:53 GMT

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Superannuation has revealed what could be possible titles for the next Assassin’s Creed and Driver games from Ubisoft via WhoIs domain registration filings.

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood looks set to be the title for the next big hitter in the series after the website domain assassinscreedbrotherhood.com was registered, alongside another domain called laserhomebattleground.com, although that looks to be entirely separate.

The last we heard on the newest AC was that it was due some time within this fiscal year, with a recent CV pointing towards a 2010 release for the game. It’s also set to pick up on the story from Assassin’s Creed II, with Ezio playing main fiddle once again.

As for Driver: San Francisco, another domain was registered under driversanfranciscogame.com by Ubi.

Only very little has been revealed officially on the newest game in the series from Ubisoft Reflections, who were bought by the firm from Atari back in 2006 for $26 million as well as full rights to the Driver IP, other than it’ll release this fiscal year.

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