While we were busy looking at Ubisoft games that it was actually talking about at E3 last week, the publisher quietly released a trailer for a game it didn't bring to the show, the often delayed and mysterious I Am Alive.
The fresh trailer reveals little more than what we already know about the title, which takes place following a massive earthquake that tears Chicago to pieces. I Am Alive looks to put players in the role a survivor (or perhaps more than one) of the disaster, as people try to pick up the pieces of their lives amidst riots and chaos. Oh, and now we know it goes down on June 9 at 12:44pm. That's helpful.
When we'll hear more about I Am Alive is unknown, but I'd imagine it's getting to the point where most gamers have forgotten about it or have simply lost interest. Surely Ubisoft has been hiding the game because it's a rare gem of a title, right?
[Thanks to spawn210 for the reminder that this existed!]
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