Splinter Cell:Conviction and Haze Delayed

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Splinter Cell:Conviction and Haze Delayed

Post  ConorBuckley on Wed Nov 21, 2007 9:48 am

November 20, 2007 - Haze, a futuristic first-person shooter under development at Free Radical; and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Conviction, the fifth installment in the stealth-based action series; have been delayed.

Ubisoft, publisher of both games, made the announcement as part of its fiscal first-half financial report today. Aside from the delays, Ubi's news was positive on the whole - the France-based publisher saw about a 52 percent jump in sales over the same period last year and an increase in profitability.

Ubisoft and TimeSplitters developer Free Radical announced their Haze project in 2005. At E3 this year, Sony revealed that the FPS would be a PS3 exclusive this holiday season. But don't start making room under the nondenominational holiday foliage just yet. According to Ubisoft, Haze is now shooting for the fourth fiscal quarter of 2007-08, which means sometime between January and March 2008.

Splinter Cell Conviction, previously scheduled for release during that period, will now ship in fiscal 2008-09, which begins in April 2008.

Ubisoft said the delays will have no bearing on its future earnings outlook, as they were already taken into account in recent financial projections.

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