Ubisoft: Driver dated for September, Child of Eden still coming in June

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 19 April 2011 13:48 GMT

Ubisoft has sent over a schedule for its upcoming releases, and while the schedule hasn’t changed too awful much, there are a few bits and bobs in there you may be interested in knowing about.

First off, the Splinter Cell Trilogy on PS3 is still slated for Q2 2011. So, it is still expected by the end of June.

The Next Big Thing on PC will release on April 21 this week, and it has been confirmed that Child of Eden will release on Xbox 360 in the UK on June 17. PS3 date still to be confirmed.

Driver: San Francisco on PC, PS3, Wii and Xbox 360 is now slated for September, and the 3DS version, Driver: Renegade, which Nintendo had listed for spring, is now being released during Q3.

James Noir’s Hollywood Crimes on 3DS is also slated for a Q3 release.

Should any of these dates change again, or become more specific, we’ll be sure to let you know.

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