E3 2011: Future Tom Clancy Games To Get Kinect-ed

By Ashley Woodcock, 7 years ago
Ubisoft revealed at this year's E3 event that all future Tom Clancy games released through Ubisoft would be fully supported by Kinect. This includes the E3-showcased Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, which has suffered two delays now, but is the first of Ubisoft's military shooters to be receiving the recently rumoured Kinect treatment.

Ubisoft really got into showing off how the weapons in Ghost Recon: Future Soldier can be fully customized all the way down into "the inner parts", all from simple motions, actions and voice commands through Kinect. Ubisoft even went on to test the weapon in an in-game firing range, aiming and shooting the weapon all through Kinect.

Need a refresher of what went down? Here you go:

Also presented during E3 was a sweet gameplay trailer for the upcoming title, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, which shows off stealth camo, a beautiful explosion, one shot kills and headshots:

Ashley Woodcock
Written by Ashley Woodcock
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