Ghost Recon: Future Soldier beta, gets rough start date

By Jamie Pert - Jun 10, 2011

One game which we at PR have been looking forward to for far too long is Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, recently we revealed that it would support Kinect controls and voice commands, now we have details regarding the game’s beta start date.

A recent article posted on VG247 tells us that the game’s beta will kick off sometime during Q1 2012, no exact date has been given, however currently we believe that the GRFS will arrive in March so surely the beta will kick off in January to give developers time to patch bugs and listen to feedback.

We are not sure whether this will be a private or public beta just yet, nor do we know whether Ubisoft plans to beta test all platform versions, we will have to keep you up-to-date as we hear more.

Ubisoft first announced GRFS back in January 2009, therefore gamers have been patiently waiting for roughly two and a half years. At one point we were led to believe that it would arrive in late 2010, then we heard that it had been pushed back to sometime around March 2011, more recently we have been promised a Q1 2012 release, we really hope that Ubisoft do not give this game any more delays.

Will you be signing up for beta access if it is offered? Perhaps pre-order customers will get beta access, if so, will you pre-order GRFS to get early access to the game?

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  • got my invite yesterday. i pre ordered it.

    • Jon Langevin

      So that means you got the code from Gamestop, right? I got mine as well, entered it on the Ubisoft page, which notified me I’ll get the game token at a later time (which I have not gotten yet).

      Did you get the code required to download the actual beta?