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Wednesday, 11 January 2012 06:09

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier delayed again

Written by David Stellmack

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PC version release date now unknown

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier has a few changes in store, and publisher Ubisoft has also confirmed that the launch of the title has again been delayed. The new release date for the console version is now May 22nd for North America and May 24th for Europe. While Ubisoft confirmed the new dates for the console version it provided no new date for the PC version. The company did comment, however, that the PC version does exist and it will arrive at a later date.

According to Ubisoft the game is featured complete in the single player, multiplayer, and four-player-co-op campaign modes. Pushing the game’s release date back will allow the development team to take two extra months to fine tune the title and to make sure that it will provide a very unique shooter experience.

The promised beta for the multiplayer is now expected to happen in April at some point; but Ubisoft would not confirm that this is the case.


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