Seems like it.
It looks like a sequel to Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier might be in the works at Ubisoft, and apparently, the team at Ubisoft Kiev, who handled the PC port of the first game, is also going to be working closely with the main development team.
A keen eyed fan has spotted the words ‘GRFS: Next’ in a slide from Ubisoft Kiev’s annual meeting, in a phrase that says “‘GRFS: Next’ team wants to work with us.”
The ‘tough conditions’ under which the PC port of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier was handled has also been mentioned, as can be seen in the slide above. The PC version of the game received quite a lot of controversial attention, getting announced, then cancelled, then announced again.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier released earlier this year to decent critical and impressive commercial success. But how likely is it that Ubisoft could be working on Ghost Recon: Future Soldier 2?
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