Ghost Recon delayed to 2011
Citing a crowded holiday release schedule, Ubisoft has decided to push back the release of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier until spring 2011.
During an investor conference call, CEO Yves Guillemot explained that the delay will give Ghost Recon: Future Soldier a better chance at success and allow the development team more time for polishing.
"Due to a very competitive environment, we decided to move the game out of the Christmas quarter, and into the March quarter. It will also provide additional time to our development teams to realise their vision."
Despite this delay, Ubisoft still plans on presenting Ghost Recon: Future Soldier next month during E3.
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