NEWS - Thursday, November 17, 2005


Americas Army Ships For Xbox!

November 15, 2005 – Today Ubisoft, one of the world's largest video game publishers, announced that America’s Army®: Rise of a Soldier™ has shipped to retail stores for the Xbox® video game system from Microsoft. Ubisoft and the U.S. Army worked together to develop a new and unique experience for console gamers that features all the action-packed realism that players have come to expect from the America’s Army game brand. With unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to the vast military expertise of the U.S. Army, Ubisoft created the most authentic military console game to date by incorporating true-to-life character progression via an all-new Career mode. “We are very excited to bring the only official U.S. Army game to consoles,” said Tony Kee, vice president of marketing at Ubisoft. “Working firsthand with the U.S. Army to create this all-new title has ensured the deepest and most realistic military game ever to hit the consoles. Players will become immersed in the complete Army experience while learning what it takes to rise through the ranks in the all-new Career mode.” Built in partnership with the U.S. Army and developed by Secret Level, America’s Army: Rise of a Soldier offers the most true-to-life Army experience, allowing players to create a soldier and lead him through the excitement of an Army career. Intense single-player missions and high-adrenaline multiplayer action progress the skills of a soldier as he rises through the ranks. “Our collaboration with Ubisoft has resulted in the most authentic console game about soldiering in the U.S. Army,” said Colonel Casey Wardynski, originator and director of the America's Army game project. “America’s Army: Rise of a Soldier emulates the real Army, allowing players to choose their own career paths. Players can focus on individual Army roles, like Sniper or Grenadier, or experience different roles in their goal to achieve Green Beret status.”
Source: http://www.ubisoft.com

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