Since its showing behind closed doors at the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2006, Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed has vaulted into many gamers' must-have lists. The PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 game has been the subject of countless rumors, yet has largely maintained its shrouded secrecy and only recently showed in-game footage to the public. Now, the game is stepping further out of the shadows as the Assassin's Creed official Web site has now gone live. The site features a few of the game's trailers, a few screenshots, a developer diary (which talks about the hero's missing finger and touches on the game's big surprise), and links to message boards. Assassin's Creed is scheduled for release in 2007.
Assassin's Creed slays Web
Secretive project from Ubisoft Montreal dishes info on the Internet; site features trailers, screenshots, more.
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