PC port of Ubi's post-apocalyptic horror features two new modes and "sharper" visuals.
Xbox LIVE House Party 2012 begins on February 15 with the release of EA's WARP, followed by a new game each Wednesday until March 7.
The Xbox LIVE Arcade House Party will return on February 15, Microsoft has announced. The format sees four new Xbox LIVE Arcade titles released over the course of three weeks, with one title hitting the store each Wednesday.
A trailer for House Party 2012 has been released, confirming the promotion's line-up to be Alan Wake's American Nightmare, EA's Warp, THQ's Nexuiz and Ubisoft's I Am Alive.
I Am Alive may yet see a release on PC, despite earlier comments to the contrary made by the game's creative director Stanislas Mettra.
A port of I Am Alive for PC seems unlikely because of widespread piracy on the platform, the game's creative director Stanislas Mettra has said.
It's a complex and muddled development, but one which Ubisoft has now detailed to VideoGamer.com.
I Am Alive, Ubisoft Shanghai's post apocalyptic action adventure title first revealed in July 2008, will finally make it into gamer hands this winter via Xbox LIVE Arcade and PlayStation Network.
Following similar hints earlier in the year, it seems that Ubisoft's MIA survival title, I Am Alive, is indeed alive and well.
The Australian Classification Board has listed a rating for Ubisoft's oft-delayed action game I Am Alive, suggesting that the game has been completed and will shortly see the light of day.