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 Written by Alex Roth  on January 10, 2012

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier news: The good news: Ghost Recon Future Soldier will be getting a PC release. The bad? The game has been pushed to May 22, with the PC version to come later





Ubisoft must be feeling bad about pushing the release date of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier to May 22. Otherwise, why the game's development director Adrien Lacey be apologizing to us on YouTube? Check out the video below for a heartfelt apology, and information on the game's Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 beta in April:





Lacey says that the release date retreat is so his team can ?push every part of the game,? but after the excellent Raymond: Origins floundered amongst stiff November competition, Ubisoft could be worried about getting overlooked again. Maybe it's Rayman creator Michel Ancel that Ubi should be apologizing to?

Ghost Recon was originally scheduled to come out in March, where it would have faced stiff competition from Max Payne 3 and Mass Effect 3. Hopefully this delay back will give the developers their ?push? time, and allow Ghost Recon to make an unobstructed landing on Xbox 360, PS3, and eventually the PC.



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