Ubisoft has confirmed that the Beta for Ghost Recon: Future Solider will begin in January 2012.
This game is starting to feel like Duke Nukem Forever. Delay, delay, delay. Can't wait to try out the beta though.
I don't understand how they can give us a time frame for the beta, but not for actual game. I remember when some sources claimed it would release in the March of 2011. It didn't. Also, I'm not entirely sure, but the Ubisoft quote in the article says it'll drop the first quarter next year, not January specifically. @xPhearR3dx Nah, I'm good. My PS3 browser won't load up the Twitter page. I could use my PC tomorrow, but by then I won't care anymore. XD
Right before that I mentioned the January date was confirmed by the official Ghost Recon Twitter page. Just click on the word "Twitter" and it will take you straight to the confirmation.
I'm pretty sure that the game is coming out march next year, I read that somewhere a few weeks ago. I wanted it to release march 2011 as well but I'll be happy enough just for it to release.
Wasn't it also scheduled for Fall of last year or the year before and it was delayed "so they could polish it" and some sources even noted it was due to the crowded fall line up?
Uhh I still have Splinter Cell Conviction so ... I better be in this shit. Just sayin' ...:/
so the source for this story is a blog?
im looking forward to this game i loved the previous ones
I remember trying an Advanced Warfighter demo from the PS Store. It felt off because there was no vibration feature, leaving some of my actions feeling a tad empty.
such a long wait...hopefully it will be worth it!
I hope i still get to use my beta in my splinter cell game.
I got rid of my splinter cell a long time ago which promised access to this beta. This beta better be open without that disc or they are going to have a limited tester pool.
Wow so the BETA is 20 months later then it was supposed to be. Well done Ubisoft. Now delay Driver again to keep momentum.
I'm sorry, my SP Conviction box says Fall 2010
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