Watch Dogs will release on "all home consoles" this holiday, an alleged promotional poster for the game has revealed.
The wording on the poster, which popped up over at Kotaku, suggests that the game will see a release on Wii U and any next-generation consoles released this side of Christmas, as well as the previously announced Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC versions.
You can take a look at the poster yourself by clicking the image on the right.
Watch Dogs has long been rumoured to be in development for both current and next-generation systems owing to its impressive showing at last year's E3.
Ubisoft has never denied it either, of course, with CEO Yves Guillemot remaining coy when questioned about platforms soon after its reveal.
The firm later added weight to the rumours by confirming that it is developing some of its games on both current and next-generation hardware.
Both Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's next-generation Xbox are hotly tipped to go on sale this year.
Ubisoft handed VideoGamer.com a "no comment" when contacted about the poster this afternoon.