French publisher Ubisoft has revealed details of its plans for next-generation console development, with the firm making an early commitment to Nintendo's Revolution console and announcing a pair of high-profile Xbox 360 launch titles.
Speaking at a trade event in the UK, the company's UK managing director Rob Cooper said that the firm has "many" next-generation games in development, and will be providing full support for Nintendo's Revolution as well as the PS3 and Xbox 360.
There was no word from the company about whether that support might extend to making older titles available over the Revolution's digital download system - but the statement still represents one of the first solid commitments to the platform from a major publisher.
Cooper also revealed that two of the company's biggest forthcoming titles will be launch titles for the Xbox 360 when it arrives later this year.
Both Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter and movie tie-in Peter Jackson's King Kong will arrive with the console towards the end of November.