Bowmore and Two Ubisoft Projects May Have Leaked on Some Actresses' Resumes

What is Project Bowmore, and is it even real? Latest leaks may point to multiple upcoming unannounced Ubisoft projects for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

December 2, 2018

What in the world is Project Bowmore? Us at DualShockers are scratching our heads as multiple references pointing to this currently unannounced project, reportedly coming from Ubisoft.

The rumor mill first started swirling with possible leaks of new Ubisoft titles this morning on German storefront MediaMarkt. While publication NintendoEverything picked up on an unconfirmed listing for Assassin’s Creed Compilation on Nintendo Switch, observant eyes noted a Bowmore title for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

However, this isn’t the only reference to “Bowmore” we would see today.

First uncovered by Twitter user NextGenPlayer, the observant Twitter user noted that’s voice actor catalog included an actress claiming to have done work for Project Bowmore.

Specifically, her resume reveals work on a teaser trailer.

Even more interesting, this isn’t a one-off profile. Another actress, this time Amber Goldfarb, lists on her resume “Project Bowmore.”

But the rabbit hole goes deeper — Project Bowmore isn’t the only unannounced Ubisoft title on Goldfarb’s resume. There is also noted supporting roles for a Project Rocket and Project Aegyptus.

If we are trying to deduce what these games are from the titles, we are no doubted out of luck. The term “Bowmore” is most associated with a single malt scotch whiskey, manufactured in a distillery based in Islay in Scotland dating as far back as 1779. Meanwhile, Aegyptus is the mythological king of Egypt and son of Belus. The “Rocket” in Project Rocket is anyone’s guess.

However, it is rather hard to trust anything on the internet following the combined headache that was the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate “Grinch” leak.

While there isn’t any way to know if these leaks are the real deal, this does seem like a situation where there are just too many coincidences lining up. Perhaps we see this “teaser trailer” for Bowmore at The Game Awards 2018. Until then, DualShockers will keep you updated with any information as developments unfurl.

Lou Contaldi

Lou Contaldi specializes in both reviews and the business behind gaming. He began writing about tech and video games while getting his Juris Doctor at Hofstra University School of Law. He is maybe the only gaming journo based in Nashville, TN.

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