Update: A spokesperson for Ubisoft has told Eurogamer this morning that yesterday's release schedule was incorrect. Haze is still to be confirmed for PC and Xbox 360, apparently, so the 30th November date now slips into the realms of TBA. The exclusive PS3 date remains the same.

Ubisoft has gone into a frenzy of organisation and stamped release dates on all of its key upcoming titles.

According to its latest release schedule, November will be one of the biggest months ever for the publisher. Due out then are Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway, Assassin's Creed, Splinter Cell: Conviction, Haze and, er, Rayman Raving Rabbids 2.

We'll have to wait and see whether these can compete against the pulling power of titles like Halo 3 in late September and Grand Theft Auto IV in October.

September for Ubisoft heralds the release of Dark Messiah: Elements on Xbox 360, Settlers VI on PC, and Brothers in Arms: Double Time for Wii. The biggest launch in October is the new Naruto role-playing adventure for Xbox 360.

However, there's no sign of the much talked about Tom Clancy's EndWar on the schedule.

Specific new dates for the biggest titles can be found below:

September:

  • Dark Messiah: Elements - 7th September (Xbox 360)
  • Settlers VI - 7th September (PC)
  • Brothers In Arms: Double Time - 21st September (Wii)

October:

  • Naruto: Rise of a Ninja - 19th October (Xbox 360)

November:

  • Assassin's Creed - 9th November (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)
  • Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway - 16th November (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)
  • Rayman Raving Rabbids 2 - 16th November (Wii, DS)
  • Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction - 16th November (PC, Xbox 360)
  • Haze - 23rd November (PS3)

Clap your eyes on our release date schedule for the entire picture.

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