Oscar-winning duo Francois Alaux and Herve de Crecy are working on a 20-minute live-action film for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, similar to what was made for Assassin's Creed II, due out for the Christmas holidays. The $10 million project will act as a prequel of sorts, setting up the story about a squad of U.S. Special Forces.
Ubisoft is offering gamers a chance to be the first to play Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier's Multiplayer Beta this summer 2010. This exclusive beta invitation will be available for a limited time to customers who purchase Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Conviction for the Xbox 360, which releases on 16 April 2010.
Ubisoft are, and remain, loyal to the Ghost Recon brand value of authenticity. In general Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is based on the very real Future Soldier Initiative 2030, which is a U.S. Army R&D program run by the US Army Natick Soldier Research Development and Engineering Center. The Optical camo feature shown in the recent trailer, like other technologies in Future Solider, is a near-future reality, and this is why Ubisoft chose to include it in GRFS.
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