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'Brothers in Arms: Furious 4,' 'Rainbow 6 Patriots' will be seen again, says Ubisoft

Two announced Ubisoft games, Gearbox Software's Brothers in Arms: Furious 4 and Ubisoft Montreal's Rainbow 6 Patriots, were suspiciously missing in action at this year's E3 showing. Both were announced in 2011, but it's been some time since Ubisoft offered an update on either.

Polygon caught up with Ubisoft's executive director for North America, Laurent Detoc, to ask about those games and many more.

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Rivitur1503d ago

No! just put an end to that abortion called BIA:f4 has nothing to do with the series and should never see the light of day with that name.

I-likeFrenchFood1503d ago

Ubisoft dosnt want to risk new IP's

i think they should call it "Furious Four"

SeekDev1503d ago

But... Watch Dogs, how do you explain that?

Bonerboy1503d ago

Way to dig the BIA hole a little deeper Gearbox. Hell's Highway was a pathetic stab at over personalizing a war story to the point of it being laughable. A game that really didnt build up at all. It just plodded along interspersed with shitty cut scenes.
Stick to the Borderlands series, which in my opinion is the ONLY decent game you have ever made.

Bonerboy1502d ago (Edited 1502d ago )

-12? C'mon losers, Shitbox is now trying to ride the old "Inglorious Basterds" theme. Give me a f'n break. Id throw dump every last disc of this shit on top the all the buried ET 2600 cartridges.

adamant7151503d ago

Maybe theyre holding off for next-gen ;)

GuyThatPlaysGames1503d ago

I liked Rainbow Six when it used to be tactical. I'm talking about the original ones that was just first-person view with corner leaning and squad controls. I liked how you could layout the paths before each mission. As far as BIA goes, it could disappear and I would never lose sleep.