Ubisoft are likely to announce a Kinect-enabled fighting game for Xbox One this week, if some leaked blurb for 'Fighter Within' turns out to be accurate.
Fighter Within was originally outed via domain registrations discovered last week, but Fusible followed their gut instincts and checked the Google cache. Doing so revealed a swathe of new information and PR blurb, which seemingly confirms that it's a fighting game designed around the new Kinect peripheral.
"Discover FIGHTER WITHIN, the next-gen game that provides you the excitement of a real fight, throwing you into the most immersive total-body combat experience ever made," reads the cached text. "Enter a world of sweat, timing and training thanks to kick-ass motion recognition. Brawling with your friends will never feel the same again."
Fighter Within promises to offer 1:1 motion tracking, allow for brutal bareknuckle brawling and frankly dangerous multiplayer. "Test your real fighting skills thanks to the next gen of motion recognition," the site seemingly continues. "The new Kinect technology arms FIGHTER WITHIN with realistic fighting moves using unprecedented 1 to 1 precision movement tracking.
"Enter a brutal, physical and liberating world: New-gen jaw-dropping graphics, real-time wounds, sweat & facial impacts, extreme arenas environments, primal animations… The new XBOX ONE Kinect allows you to dive into a unique realistic experience and feel the fight. All you expect from a next gen fighting game is there.
"True friends don’t pull their punches. Let off some steam and earn your bragging rights over your best mates in ultra-raw fighting sessions. New Kinect allows you to invite and defy your friends over a good fight right in your living room."
Ubisoft still haven't confirmed whether Fighter Within exists, but will likely to do so at Gamescom this week if the project is still in production. We wonder how many coffee tables and shins will be broken if and when the game releases.