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Thursday, 26 May 2011 09:29

Will Future Soldier offer Kinect support?

Written by David Stellmack
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Our sources seem to think this is the case
Sources have pinged us today with news that the much delayed Ghost Recon: Future Soldier could apparently offer Kinect support. While not required, wording on the case art suggests that the game is “better with Kinect sensor.”

Whispers we hear suggest that we will see a demo of what Ubisoft is thinking at E3 when we will get a glimpse of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, likely using the Kinect game play mode. Again, Kinect support is said to be optional, so you will still be able to play it with the controller.

The bigger question is when we will actually see Ghost Recon: Future Soldier released. While the Kinect support might explain some of the delay, we expect for Ubisoft to announce a firm release date at E3. If our sources are right, it is likely early next year, because Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will not want to release this holiday season and try to go head to head with MW3 and Battlefield 3, both of which will be dominating the military FPS titles this holiday season.


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