Ubisoft's set to publish From Software's Xbox 360 RPG Enchant Arm in Europe and the US this summer, the publisher's announced.
It'll be called Enchanted Arms here - a bit of a change from its rather untypable Japanese moniker "[eM] -eNCHANT arM-".
For those who haven't been keeping up, Enchanted Arms is a turn-based RPG in which the player adopts the mantle of an enchanter-in-training, controlling more than 75 creatures over the course of his quest.
Ubisoft's promising more than "50 hours" of gameplay, and the game includes a full hour of anime-style cut-scenes too.
And of course it's worth noting that it's yet another game from Ubisoft's infamous leaked release schedule - denied at the time, but looking increasingly genuine.
Also on the schedule were a new Brothers In Arms game (two in fact - so far Ubi's announced one), some new Tom Clancy games (with a new Rainbow Six already announced), and Naruto for Xbox 360, which Ubisoft unveiled just recently. Rayman 4 also appeared on the list.
Indeed, it's looking more like Ubisoft denied the schedule because of the games it couldn't confirm - like a new Lumines for PSP and PS2, which we now know that Buena Vista will be handling.