Ghost Recon: Future Soldier gets Kinect compatibility, new media

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, as well as all future Tom Clancy titles, will boast support for Xbox 360’s Kinect. On stage at Microsoft’s E3 media briefing, an Ubisoft developer demonstrated weapon customization with Kinect, spreading his arms to open the weapon and condensing them to close it. He can customize the weapon with his voice, or even have it randomly generate a weapon based on his preference.

After customization, the player can test the weapon using Kinect by opening their hand to shoot. See it in action below.

An E3 trailer was also released.

Check out the new screenshots at the gallery.

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