“It’s been a struggle to nail down and maintain an identity that stays true to Ghost Recon’s roots while allowing the franchise to grow and be competitive in the genre. It was always going to be a challenge. It’s the drill when you’re working on a franchise with a quality track record and you want to innovate and offer a different game experience. It takes time and trials to get it right.” – Ghost Recon: Future Soldier’s multiplayer creative director Tommy Jacob to CVG. [pic]
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