Described as an "edgy new survival-adventure," the title is due out on current generation systems--likely PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360--next spring. No developer was named in today's announcement, though it had previously been rumored that Cold Fear veterans Darkworks were handling the game.
"When Chicago is left in ruins and the cause of the devastation is unknown, players will be challenged to think, react and take risks that will directly affect themselves and those around them," wrote publisher Ubisoft.
Correction: Ubisoft has denied Raymond's supposed involvement, telling Eurogamer "Jade Raymond is not involved in I Am Alive at any level."
I'm doing science and I'm still alive.