Ghost Recon: Future Soldier should be on sale in time for Christmas
Ubisoft have confirmed that they are working on a new Ghost Recon game which will hit Irish shelves in time for Christmas. The game is called Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and is being made by the same Paris-based development team that created the successful Advance Warfare games.
Much like the previous two games in the series, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will be based around prototype and futuristic weaponry as well as state-of-the-art military technology. Ubisoft say the game will feature single-player and multiplayer modes and will “deliver a fresh gameplay experience” to gamers.
The developer is also offering players access to multiplayer beta preview which will take place on Xbox Live this Summer. In order to qualify gamers will have to buy another Tom Clancy title – Splinter Cell: Conviction – which goes on sale in Ireland next week.
Both the previous Advanced Warfare games were based five years into the future with the action taking place in Mexico and the USA. At present no details of the new game’s plot are currently known.