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Release of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier postponed

The company Ubisoft has announced that the yield of a futuristic shooter Tom Clancy `s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will be postponed to the beginning of 2012. Such a decision Ubisoft took in connection with a too large

The company Ubisoft has announced that the yield of a futuristic shooter Tom Clancy `s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will be postponed to the beginning of 2012. On this her representatives said at a conference on the financial results of fiscal year 2011. Such a decision Ubisoft took in connection with too much competition in late 2011, said CEO Yves Guillemot. Initially the release of the game was scheduled for November 2011 (before the beginning of 2011). During this period, should leave such projects as the new part of the Call of Duty, Battlefield 3, Elder Scrolls V, Assassin `s Creed: Revelations, and other. Ghost Recon series developed by Red Storm Entertainment studio led by writer Tom Clancy. In total, the series went 9 games. The last of these - Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars - represents a turn-based strategy and was released on a handheld console 3DS. Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will be released in early 2012 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PC, PSP, 3DS

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