A gameplay trailer and screens of long-in-the-offing Ubisoft adventure I Am Alive have been leaked onto the net.
First spotted over on NeoGAF, two YouTube clips posted by someone called billvonkova show a full gameplay trailer as well as a montage of screenshots. You can see both below.
The game - which sees you attempting to survive a series of natural disasters - has had a troubled history. First announced way back in 2008, development moved from French developer Darkworks to Ubisoft Shanghai in 2009 in an effort to speed up production.
Scheduled release dates have come and gone, with the game reportedly switching from a full retail release to a downloadable title earlier this year.
It looked like there was light at the end of the tunnel back in June when the game was rated for release by the Australian Classification Board, but nothing has been heard since.
It's unclear whether the leaked footage is from the final game or Darkworks' initial build.
We've contacted Ubisoft for comment and will update if we get a response.
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