Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier on PC will not work - Cell phones
Another victim of the hatred publisher Ubisoft to PC piracy, and to the platform as a whole was the shooter Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. "Future Soldier was never announced for PC," reads the company's statement. Equivalent games for adherents PC will become Ghost Recon Online. However, here the publishers obviously disingenuous: the announcement of the PC version took place in February 2010. Then the speaker company Kimi Matsuzaki (Kimi Matsuzaki) officially confirmed the fact of game development for PS3 and PC. What is Ghost Recon Online? Is a free online third person shooter developed by Ubisoft Singapore. He is now at the stage of closed beta testing, which allowed residents of France and Germany. In other regions "beta" will appear later (you can apply on the project website). "We know that 95% of PC users will still steal the game," said producer Ghost Recon Online Sebastian Arno (Sebastien Arnoult). In other words, the developers simply do not want to invest in a full porting games from consoles to PC. But Future Soldier is being developed for Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, DS and PSP. PSP version deals with Studio Virtuos, Wii-version - Next Level Games, but for all other platforms is responsible tandem Ubisoft Red Storm and Ubisoft Paris. The North American release will take place next spring: March 6 in the US and Canada, and the 9th in Europe..