Source: Hearsay from France's Interactive Digital Entertainment Festival, as reported on every single gaming site in the universe.
The official story: See below.
What we heard: If prerelease hype is anything to go on, then Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed is looking like a good bet to rule sales charts when it's released in 2007. The stealthy game has been drooled over since its showing at this year's E3, and fans aren't even sure what platforms it will be on.
The game has been confirmed as a PlayStation 3 game, but was announced as Project Assassin at the Xbox-centric X05 last year. Ubisoft has repeatedly said that the game is coming to the PS3 and no other announcements have been made, but others claimed that the game was running on a 360 dev kit at E3.
Further doubt of PS3 exclusivity was thrown into the mix this week when Web sites began reporting that Ubisoft confirmed at the Interactive Digital Entertainment Festival last week that the game would be coming to the Xbox 360 and PC. Which Web sites? It's not quite clear yet, though the rumor appears to have spawned on European-based Web sites.
For those of you who predicted that Ubisoft would deny any other platforms for Assassin's Creed, pat yourself on the back. A rep told GameSpot News: "Assassinís Creed is coming to the PS3. No other announcements have been made."
As stated before, all signs point toward Assassin's Creed heading to other platforms. Officially, however, the game is a PS3 title.
Bogus or not bogus?: We've been through this before, and we're sticking with bogus that it's a PS3 exclusive. We would be shocked to find this not end up on the Xbox 360 or PC.