The Nintendo Switch is not releasing until March next year, but as early as now many gamers and fans are anticipating the titles that will be supported by the upcoming console. This week, new information has surfaced claiming that Ubisoft is planning to release a new “Assassin’s Creed” game for the Switch.

Just this Wednesday, editor-in-chief Laura Kate Dale was asked by a fan if she has information on whether or not there is really an “Assassin’s Creed 2017” game for Nintendo’s hybrid console. Without hesitation, Dale revealed via Twitter that publisher Ubisoft intends to release the game for the Switch the same day that the game is bound to hit other consoles (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One), as first reported by My Nintendo News.

It wouldn’t be surprising if Dale’s statement turns out to be true. After all, Ubisoft was one of the first third-party companies to laud Nintendo’s home and handheld console hybrid. The renowned publisher also pledged that it is going to support the device as it nears its launch date.

So far Ubisoft has been pretty mum about the support it once said. In fact, save for the possible arrival of “Assassin’s Creed” for the Nintendo Switch, the only game that it has confirmed for the console is “Just Dance 2017.” Nonetheless, the Rennes, France-headquartered company has stated that there is more to come for its fans who are getting the Switch next year, as per MMOExaminer.

The news about Dale’s statement comes almost a month after Ubisoft announced that “Assassin’s Creed III” is going to be its final “free download” title for its series of giveaways in honor of its 30th anniversary. The finale of the Desmond line of “Assassin’s Creed” games started to be available as a free PC copy on Dec. 7, and it is still up for grabs this week, according to IGN.