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Ubisoft announces Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

Ubisoft announces Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

Access to the beta of Ubisoft's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will come with Splinter Cell: Conviction on the Xbox 360.

Ubisoft has officially announced the next entry in the Ghost Recon tactical shooter series, revealing that the fourth game in the franchise will be called Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.

The game is being developed by Ubisoft's Paris studio and is already set for a Q4 2010 release, with Ubi keen to get a slice of the Christmas crowds.

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will be a multiplatform title primarily intended for consoles by the looks of it. Both PS3 and Xbox 360 versions are confirmed and Ubisoft's senior community developer Kimi Matsuzaki mentioned on Twitter today that there would be more information on the PC version at a later date.

The PS3 and Xbox 360 versions will be released at the same time and Ubisoft also has a Wii, DS and PSP version of the game planned to boot.

Ubisoft will be running an invite-only multiplayer beta over summer at some point, but to get involved you'll need to buy the Xbox 360 version of Splinter Cell: Conviction, which will be released this April.

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liratheal 10th February 2010, 12:03 Quote
"buying" beta keys seems to be getting popular again.

Bah.
pcnerd 10th February 2010, 12:11 Quote
if these developers dont release pc versions, they must not even use pc for developing games
Unknownsock 10th February 2010, 12:16 Quote
I always just Pre-order from Play then cancel once i've received my key :D
Psytek 10th February 2010, 12:38 Quote
Also, distance selling rules mean you can buy it, and then return it straight away.
liratheal 10th February 2010, 12:42 Quote
Buying and returning is a hassle.

Give me free to apply betas or nothing.
karx11erx 10th February 2010, 16:12 Quote
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Originally Posted by liratheal
Buying and returning is a hassle.
Yes - for Amazon. :D
500mph 11th February 2010, 03:03 Quote
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Originally Posted by pcnerd
if these developers dont release pc versions, they must not even use pc for developing games

I would like to know the train of thought that allowed you to come to this conclusion.
pcnerd 11th February 2010, 14:33 Quote
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Originally Posted by 500mph
I would like to know the train of thought that allowed you to come to this conclusion.

well these developers don't release pc versions of the games they create. They either blame piracy (which i think IS a valid reason ) or their previous sales record. i know its not a good reason, just felt annoyed and angered at the companies releasing multiplatform games and excluding pc section altogether and using shitty excuses
500mph 12th February 2010, 01:38 Quote
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Originally Posted by pcnerd

well these developers don't release pc versions of the games they create. They either blame piracy (which i think IS a valid reason ) or their previous sales record. i know its not a good reason, just felt annoyed and angered at the companies releasing multiplatform games and excluding pc section altogether and using shitty excuses

I understand your anger here, it is disappointing when titles are not released for PC.
When I read your post, it seemed that you thought that those games were not created (developed) on the PC.
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