Watch Dogs and Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag are both being developed for Microsoft's unannounced next-gen Xbox, a pair of Ubisoft employees appear to have confirmed.
Brolles' profile states that Watch Dogs is "work in progress for next generation consoles", specifically referencing "PS4/X720", while Maninetti says that AC4 is heading to "PC, PS3, X360, PS4, X720, [and] WiiU".
The news that Watch Dogs and Assassin's Creed 4 are heading to Microsoft's next-gen Xbox isn't exactly a surprise - Ubisoft has previously announced that the two games are headed to "next-generation platforms", including PlayStation 4.
But given Microsoft's secrecy over its next-generation console, it's surprising to see two Ubisoft employees listing the console on their online CVs.
The news follows a similar blunder from Microsoft employee Eusebius Lai earlier this week, who posted on his LinkedIn that he was working on "cool new features" for the "next Xbox".
Ubisoft gave VideoGamer.com a "no comment" when contacted this afternoon.