When Xbox 360 was officially announced, there has been great excitement into what games will be available for its launch. A couple of companies to work with Xbox 360 games are Take-Two Interative and Activision. These 2 companies have already announced their plan to create 9 games for Xbox 360's launch.
One game that has been showcased from the get-go is Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter. Many believed the game would be available for the 360's launch, or at least be ready in time for the holiday season. Gamers gearing up for a little Christmas warfare will have to settle for a Valentine's Day massacre instead. Ubisoft today announced that all versions of Advanced Warfighter will now ship in February 2006.
Advanced Warfighter sees a fighting force of extraordinary magnitude go south of the border to Mexico City in the year 2013. The game will also feature a unique cooperative campaign set in Nicaragua.
The game will be released on the GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox, Xbox 360, and PC.
News source: GameSpot