New Driver and Ghost Recon Release Dates Delayed

November 16, 2010, By Nicholas Davis

The newest installment in the Tom Clancy series Ghost Recon: Future Solider and Ubisoft’s Driver: San Fransisco are being delayed due to some fine tuning.

Originally both games were set to release late 2010 or early 2011. Both titles are now scheduled for a 2011 and 2012 release window. Although there are no specific set in stone dates yet, you wont be seeing these games for awhile. Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot said that the Driver: San Francisco delay is all about polish.

“It’s not one more year; it’s we are taking the time to create an outstanding game,” replied Guillemot. “Seeing the competition, it’s very important to bring all the fine touches to the game so that it can become a good racing game that helps us to establish Ubisoft in the racing genre.”

Ghost Recon was set to release around this time. The reason for the delay is simply making the game better.

“Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is being delayed until our next fiscal year. We are working to make the game the best it possibly can be, and we’re taking this extra time to do just that. You haven’t heard much from us lately because we’ve been hard at work improving the game, and we’ll share new details with you soon. The GRFS beta is still in the plan, and it will be happening closer to the new release date.”

Videogames are getting harder to make each year. Developing story lines and good gameplay, both online and offline, takes more time now. Games with rushed development are the games that have no replay value. As long as the game is extraordinary the push back times shouldn’t matter. I can’t wait to get my hands on Ghost Recon. Even if I do have to wait almost an addition year.

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