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Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

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I was just browsing GameTrailers.com and I saw that a new game from the Ghost Recon series is is coming out later in 2010. It will be called Future Soldier. I am very excited. I've been playing Ghost Recon since college. Infrequently, but I still play the game and its various sequels, like GRAW for the Xbox 360. Back then my dormitory mates and I plaid the multi-player almost every day, and for hours at a time.

Mark this date in your calendars - Ghost Recon: Future Soldier - October 1st 2010. Below is a live action trailer of the game.

Update: By the way, UbiSoft has been granted a trademark, by the USPTO, for the name Ghost Recon: Future Soldier?!?

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