Ghost Recon: Future Soldier's box art seems to think so, or at least the version uploaded to (and then removed from) Xbox.com today, touting Kinect support for the oft-delayed Tom Clancy game on Xbox 360.
Could the delay of Future Soldier to sometime between March 2011 and April 2012 have something to do with Kinect support coming to the high-tech tactical shooter? Given the "better with Kinect sensor" branding on the game's box art, it sounds like this is optional or complementary, Kinect-based gameplay—think headtracking, voice commands, squad control with your hands—or a hint of a Kinect-only mode.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier doesn't have a firm date, but it's looking like Kinect support is a real possibility. Perhaps we'll see it demoed onstage at either Microsoft or Ubisoft's E3 2011 press conferences, where we expect at least one of those companies will have a big, big focus on Kinect.