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Ghost Recon Future Soldier and Driver San Francisco Delayed

Ubisoft's First Half 2010-2011 financial results are now available (Adobe Acrobat-format), showing first-half sales up 57% to €260 million creating a current operating loss of €64.9 million. The report includes some delay news, as well, saying: "Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier™ and Driver ® San Francisco, which were previously planned for release in the fourth fiscal quarter, will now be included in the 2011-12 line-up." There's also a vague reference to project cancellations, as word is: "Ubisoft is taking measures to adapt its structure to the major changes in the industry by reorganizing the roles and operations of its studios, which has resulted in the termination of certain projects." Gamasutra has some quotes from Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot about all this from the post-earnings conference call, and Big Download notes during that call Guillemot answered a question about a possible new Assassin's Creed game in 2011 with a vague reply, saying: "There will be something around Assassin's. That's the only thing we can say."

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