Posted on Monday, May 28th, 2012 at 4:50 PM by Guest
As we all know, the highly acclaimed games convention E3 is set to take place next week but what has Ubisoft been hiding up their sleeves along with that hidden blade of theirs?
An Assassin’s Creed title had already been mentioned about getting a title onto Sony’s latest portable hardware PS Vita but, did they forget to mention the Ghost Recon title as well?
It’s been spotted by someone posting on online forum NeoGAF that Zavvi and GAME have both had the title, Ghost Recon : Final Mission available to pre-order, set for a late 2012 release. While the game has been taken off of both online webstores, we can’t help but wondering whether this was what Ubisoft was talking about when it mentioned that its E3 line-up will be “full of blockbuster games and surprises”.
Keep checking back next week for the word on this and also all E3 coverage as well from Zero1Gaming.
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