Gaming News Round-Up: November 24

If you are reading this post, then you might be as surprised as we are that there is some gaming news to report on Thanksgiving Day. But believe it or not, we have some for you:

No Ghost Recon: Future Soldier for PC - Ubisoft has confirmed that the next game in their tactical shooter series won't be released for the PC after all, despite previous announcements to the contrary. The PC-only free-to-play game Ghost Recon Online is still in the works.

New Gears of War prequel trilogy rumors? - A new rumor from the Official Xbox Magazine suggests that a new trilogy of Gears of War games is being developed. If true, the trilogy would serve as a prequel to Epic Games's Xbox 360 game series and could be developed by People Can Fly (Painkiller, Bulletstorm).

Gears of War 3 free Booster Map Pack released - As promised, Epic Games has releases a free multiplayer map pack for its recent third person shooter featuring five new maps to the game.

I Am Alive could still come to the PC after all - Despite comments that strongly suggested that the upcoming Ubisoft action-adventure game was not PC bound, Ubisoft's Stanislas Mettra has now said that the publisher is still looking into the possibility of bringing the game to the PC platform.

PS3 Battlefield 3 owners getting Battlefield 1943 after all - EA is going to let PS3 owners of the recent shooter Battlefield 3 get their promised free downloadable copy of Battlefield 1943 after all, even though the company had previously said it was pulling that offer.

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