Ubisoft's big revision to the Ghost Recon series, Ghost Recon Future Soldier has been delayed to May 22 in the U.S., May 24 in Europe. And, look at this, we're getting an apology.

"We're pretty much there," the game's development director, Adrien Lacey, said in a YouTube announcement of the delay. "We just want to take that extra couple of months to make sure your experience is perfect."

The game will have a beta on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in April. Ubisoft is also confirming that a PC version is on the way.

We've seen Future Soldier at E3s and other trade shows for well over a year. We last saw it in August, where the game was streamlined and no longer showing quite the cluttered futuristic version of war initially envisioned by the developers. The developers are going for a sandbox shooter experience.

The game makes heavy use of camouflage, while still presenting a more Call of Duty style action-movie experience, letting you switch from blending in to blasting away. The developers have said that their three core gameplay tenets are recon, insertion, and engagement.