Ubisoft have today anounnced that the Splinter Cell HD Trilogy is set to be released exclusively for the PlayStation 3 on September 23rd. That’s not all though, they have announced release dates for various other upcoming titles too.
First up, Call of Juarez: The Cartel will hit store shelves on July 22nd for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The PC version will be released slighty later on July 26th.
Driver: San Francisco is up next with a scheduled release date of September 2nd. The game will be available on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii and PC. A 3DS version, titled Driver Renegade, will be available to purchase on the same date as well.
The week after that, on September 9th, Might & Magic: Heroes VI is set to released exclusively for the PC.
October is Ubisoft’s unofficial “motion controlled games month”, kicking off with the release of Motion Sports: Adrenaline for the Xbox 360 (Kinect only) and PlayStation 3 on the 7th. Then a few days later, on the 11th, Just Dance 3 for the Xbox 360 (Kinect only), PlayStation 3 (Move) and Wii will explode onto the scene, taking no prisoners in its inevitable rise to the top of the sales charts.
November will bring with it Rayman Origins (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii) and the second Your Shape Fitness Evolved game (Xbox 360, Kinect only). Neither title has an exact release date though.
To finish up, The Black Eyed Peas Experience for the Xbox 360 (Kinect only) and Wii has a “calendar 2011” release date, which probably means it will be available sometime in November or December. A strange title to say the least, but we wouldn’t be surprised if it sells by the bucket load.
Which upcoming Ubisoft title are you excited about? Will you purchase The Black Eyed Peas Experience? Do you approve of Mr Caffeine’s antics during Ubisoft’s E3 2011 press conference?! You don’t have to answer the last question, but please do let us know what you think of Ubisoft’s jam packed schedule.