Rayman Origins Dated, Splinter Cell HD Delayed
After an impressive E3 presence, Ubisoft have released a full schedule for their 2011 titles. Rayman Origins, Driver: San Francisco, The Black Eyed Peas Experience and Call Of Juarez: The Cartel have all been given release dates... but sadly, the Splinter Cell HD trilogy has been delayed by a few months.
Let's start with the bad news: the PS3 exclusive Splinter Cell HD Trilogy has been delayed until 23rd September. It was originally supposed to be hitting the shelves this month (or July at the latest), but with any luck, the extra delay might allow them to shove in some multiplayer.
Call Of Juarez: The Cartel will be shooting and scheming its way onto consoles on July 22nd, followed closely by a PC release on July 26th. Why not check out Matt's recent hands-on preview for more details?
Might & Magic: Heroes VI will be hitting the PC on 9th September. [Thanks, mobiphun - Jon]
Rayman Origins, the sumptuous 2D platformer (and hopefully triumphant return for Ubisoft's legendary character) will be arriving in November - along with Your Shape: Fitness Evolved 2.
A new title, "The Black Eyed Peas Experience," has also been outed and dated for "Calendar 2011." We assume that it will be a hybrid singing and dancing title in the vein of Michael Jackson: The Experience.
Finally, promising strategy/construction title Anno 2070 has been slated for a "winter" release - followed by the anticipated Ghost Recon: Future Solider in Q1 2012.