Copyright-sniffing website Superannuation has revealed that Ubisoft has registered a domain name that suggests an upcoming Assassin's Creed game will be called Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. They've also registered "Driversanfranciscogame.com," indicating the next Driver game will be set in San Francisco. Both address currently point to nothing but parked URLs.
It's not too far of a stretch to imagine the "Brotherhood" tag for Assassin's Creed suggests a strong, online co-cop mode, and if you can think of a better city for driving around in than San Francisco, I'd love to hear it.
Like all copyright and domain name registration, this could be meaningless, too. Maybe Ubi just wants to reserve the names of sites they're not going to use so that no one else can take them, or maybe there's some other explanation entirely.