In the investor conference call following Ubisoft's 2010-2011 financial report, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot revealed Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, is still off in the, well, future, saying the military third-person shooter sequel is now due in the first quarter of next year. The game was first announced for release in the 2010 holiday season before it was delayed to this month. That previous delay was said to "provide additional time to our development teams to realize their vision" as well as to avoid the Christmas rush, and in an odd bit of déjà vu, the reasons this time are exactly the same, as Guillemot said: "It will be released in fiscal Q4 as we want first to have the best quality possible, as well as to avoid the very crowded Christmas landscape in the shooter genre."
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