Game companies are generally pretty good at marketing their products, but they're equally as bad at covering up their tracks online. Time after time, games have been revealed ahead of schedule through the discovery of registered domain names. Ubisoft has recently picked up a big batch of URLs, but it doesn't look like they contain too many surprises.

As pointed out by Fusible, the domains include things like just-dance2.com, assassins-creed2.com, and rainbow-six2.com. In other words, the majority of these were clearly registered to thwart domain-name squatters from snagging the URLs. Still, it's fun to see them all laid out in a neat column*.

assassins-creed2.com
assassins-creed3.com
assassins-creed4.com
assassins-creed5.com
far-cry4.com
far-cry5.com
ghost-recon2.com
ghost-recon3.com
ghost-recon4.com
ghost-recon5.com
just-dance2.com
just-dance3.com
just-dance4.com
just-dance5.com
lapins-cretins.com
lapins-cretins2.com
lapins-cretins3.com
lapins-cretins4.com
lapins-cretins5.com
lapinscretins2.com
lapinscretins3.com
lapinscretins4.com
lapinscretins5.com
prince-of-persia2.com
prince-of-persia3.com
prince-of-persia4.com
prince-of-persia5.com
rabbidsinvasion.com
rainbow-six2.com
rainbow-six4.com
rainbow-six5.com
rainbowsix2.com
splinter-cell2.com
splinter-cell3.com
splinter-cell4.com
splinter-cell5.com
thelapinscretins2.com
thelapinscretins3.com
thelapinscretins4.com
thelapinscretins5.com

 

 

 

*This is entirely dependent upon your definition of "fun"