Ubisoft dates Haze, Splinter Cell, Raving Rabbids 2, more [update]

Ludwig Kietzmann
L. Kietzmann|06.19.07

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Ubisoft dates Haze, Splinter Cell, Raving Rabbids 2, more [update]

Ubisoft has revealed the release dates for all of its major 2007 titles, asking the majority of them to form a neat line in November and proceed to remove the contents of your wallet one by one. You're more than welcome to make a fuss about it, but having the sneaky men of Assassin's Creed and Splinter Cell: Conviction within grasp of your neck renders such action unwise.

A more notable entry in the release schedule (as posted by Eurogamer) is Free Radical's sci-political first-person shooter, Haze, previously described as "leading on PS3" in a display of timed exclusivity:
  • Haze (PS3) -- 23 November
Oh, you'll be wanting the release date for the other platforms as well:
  • Haze (Xbox 360, PC) -- 30 November [Update: Oh dear, Ubisoft has removed the Xbox 360 and PC versions of Haze from the current release list. We're waiting to hear back from Ubisoft on the matter.]
Other key titles dated after the break include Assassin's Creed, Dark Messiah: Elements, Rayman Raving Rabbids 2, Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway, and Splinter Cell: Conviction.

September
  • Settlers VI (PC) -- 7 September
  • Dark Messiah: Elements (Xbox 360) -- 7 September
  • Brothers in Arms: Double Time (Wii) -- 21 September
October
  • Naruto: Rise of a Ninja (Xbox 360) -- 19 October
November
  • Assassin's Creed (PS3, Xbox 360, PC) -- 9 November
  • Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway (PS3, Xbox 360, PC) -- 16 November
  • Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 (Wii, DS) -- 16 November
  • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction (Xbox 360, PC) -- 16 November
  • Haze (PS3) -- 23 November
  • Haze (Xbox 360, PC) -- 30 November
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