Ubisoft has declined to comment on rumours that Assassin's Creed alumni Jade Raymond is producing a new game called I Am Alive.

According to Gamekyo, it's due out in spring 2009 and has been in development at Parisian studio Darkworks for the last three years.

The Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC action title is a first-person affair. It's set in Chicago after a huge earthquake, and you play a survivor who's trying to remain alive. Don't expect heavy weapons and ultra-violence - it's said to be a relatively peaceful affair, although there will be munitions and ordnance of some kind available.

Word is there will be a big reveal at E3 next week, with a 14-20 minute video reportedly ready to go. A playable demo will apparently be on offer at the Leipzig Games Convention in August.

But Ubisoft declined to confirm or deny the rumours, giving Eurogamer a firm "No comment." So let's wait and see... Hopefully not for long.

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