Ghost Recon: Future Soldier has a big party trick up its sleeve: it supports Natal.
According to French website JeuxVideo, the shooter will have a special mode with support from the motion-camera. The site says:
“According to our sources, the upcoming Ghost Recon: Future Soldier would be compatible with the device. A special game mode would therefore benefit from the recognition of movements, the aim being to keep the joystick in one hand and interact with the interface with your other. It’s possible to give orders through different types of movements directed by the wrist.”
We’ll get onto Ubisoft about this.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier releases this holiday season for 360, PS3 and PC. A multiplayer beta is due to kick off in summer, which you can access by buying Splinter Cell: Conviction this week.
Natal is due out by this Christmas.