Ubisoft has delayed Ghost Recon: Future Soldier yet again, this time until Q1 2012. The French publisher made its reasons clear, saying the delay will allow the game a less crowded holiday market, consisting mostly of Modern Warfare 3. Ubisoft also canceled many unnamed projects due to “major changes in the industry”.
Footage from the exciting show floor at this year’s E3 showing off Ubisofts upcoming AAA title.
In a recent interview, the IP-developer for games in Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy series stated that two new Tom Clancy titles have just gone into development. The statement was made in an interview with game industry magazine Control by Michiel Verheijdt, who was recently promoted to the position of IP-developer at the newly opened Ubisoft Luxembourg […]
Earlier today, Ubisoft revealed that a new instalment in the Ghost Recon series will be released during the holiday season later this year. The game is officially known as Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and is currently in development at Ubisoft Paris, the same studio that worked on both instalments in the Ghost Recon: […]