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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Gets Hands-Free on Xbox 360?

Posted on Thursday, May 26 @ 16:26:29 PST by

Microsoft's Xbox.com recently updated the product listing for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier with some shiny new box art (the art in question has since been removed from the site). That's not the real news. Wait! Just wait a second... I'm getting to it.

Aside from showing your typical soldier-ready-for-combat character still, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier's box art also comes with "Better With Kinect" branding. That purple bar you see on the box art is supposed to make you think "S*** I've got to buy a Kinect right now!" I bought a Kinect on an impulse and the thinking that my girlfriend would want to play more video games with me if they were more accessible to her. Consequently, she's a lot better than me at Dance Central. A LOT.

Make with the speculation in the comments. Unfortuantely, there's no guarantee what Kinect implementation will mean for Future Soldier but I bet you'll see the game demo'd during the Microsoft and Ubisoft E3 2011 press briefings. Maybe this is why Ghost Recon hasn't been around in a while?
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