Haze Again Obscures PC, X360

Recent comments from publisher Ubisoft continue to paint a murky fate for the Xbox 360 and PC editions of developer Free Radical's next first person shooter, Haze.

GameSpot claims that the game is now a PlayStation 3 exclusive and development on the other versions has halted. "The official statement on PC and Xbox 360 is that these platforms are not confirmed," Ubisoft told the site, noting that it is open to "new partnerships."

With the game originally announced for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, mentions of the PC and Xbox 360 editions disappeared from the official fact sheet and site in late May. At the time, an Ubisoft representative avoided using "exclusive" when discussing the fall 2007 release of the PlayStation 3 version. "We just felt that PS3 needed some love," the rep chuckled.

The next day, Free Radical co-founder and GoldenEye 007 (N64) veteran David Doak noted that development was proceeding on all platforms, but that the game would debut on PlayStation 3 first.

Shacknews has contacted Ubisoft for clarification. For more on the game, check out our E3 impressions or the trailer below:

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