The absence of Beyond Good & Evil 2 from any of Ubisoft's financial chatter raised questions - but fear not, the sequel is still in development.

That's what a rep for the publisher told G4TV, but there was "no additional info to provide at this time".

Beyond Good & Evil 2 was unveiled in 2008 at the publisher's spring UbiDays event. Little has been seen of the game since then, although creator Michel Ancel popped-up last year to tell us this "direct sequel" will be more "immersive" and "complex" - the game he'd envisaged making first-time around but couldn't due to technical hindrances.

Earlier this week Ubisoft announced delays for I Am Alive, Splinter Cell: Conviction and R.U.S.E. The publisher also revealed multiplayer plans for Assassin's Creed II and re-focused publicly on PS3 and 360.

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