The developer of "Assassin's Creed 4" seems to working with another studio named Ivory Tower to bring a new game to next-generation systems like Xbox 720.
According to a report from NowGamer on Friday, a new profile from a Lead 3D Artist at Ubisoft Annecy, Sébastien Alzamora, has unveiled a new project that is in the works between the two developing studios.
The unannounced title looks like it will be hitting the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and its looks like Xbox 720.
The game, if still in development, looks like it has been under development since 2011, but given that, it's entirely possible this could be associated with the cancelled "Prince of Persia" reboot as well.
This does not seem likely because the studio Ubisoft Annecy seems to be working quite vigorously on an "undisclosed project" as well.
The developer is a small studio with not a lot of publicity, as it has served as an outsourcing location for Ubisoft, which included work they did on "Assassin's Creed's" multiplayer.
Another Ubisoft Annecy developer's profile, Jérôme Kedzierski (Senior Level Artist), states that he is also working on the same "undisclosed project" and that a description for the game will be coming soon.
Some of the other roles that Ubisoft Annecy is currently hiring for are positions such as: Online Programmer, Lead Level Artist and Live Programmer.
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