Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 was due for a Sept. 30 on the PC, but that has now changed to November, according to the game's official forum.
Ubisoft's upcoming air-combat game isn't just about the fancy fixed-wing fighter aircraft. The latest trailer for Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 shows you'll be in charge of helicopters and the massive AC-130 gunship too. The demo's already out on both consoles.
Hey, if you like your warfighting served up with jetflying and jargonspeaking, Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 will drop a demo on Monday and Tuesday.
The latest Ubisoft game to bear the Tom Clancy name is H.A.W.X. 2, the sequel to the original, million-selling arcade-style flight sim. Billions of dollars in virtual aircraft will once again be blowing up this fall.
Six monitors, bolted together, might make your gaming better. It will certainly make it take up more room and, as Kotaku learned yesterday, it introduces a couple of new complications.
Profits were up, income was down and the Imagine games sold tons in the last 12 months, according to year-end financial results released by Ubisoft today.
Tucked away within Ubisoft's financial results announcements from yesterday was news that Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. had moved a million copies worldwide since launch last month.
Ubisoft is adding to the H.A.W.X. fleet this week, bringing six new planes to the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game that bears Tom Clancy's name via the downloadable European Assault Pack.
Of course it isn't the real White House or Air Force one. This is the White House and Air Force One of an alternate-reality 2014, where the state-sponsored military has been replaced with private armies, who can get things done the way only private armies could - with tons of explosions.
Mad Catz is unveiling their new controllers for Street Fighter IV, a HAWX compatible flight stick and their latest PC flight stick at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.
This is real pie-in-the-sky stuff, so remain seated while reading, but here goes: Ubisoft are looking into turning their five Tom Clancy series - Ghost Recon, Splinter Cell, Rainbow Six, Endwar and Hawx - into a "megagame". How's that going to work? Here's how. They'll do it in baby steps. For example, in the next…
As one commenter elsewhere points out, must be Europe buying all these Imagine titles, because for Ubisoft it's a bigger market than the U.S., "by more than five percent," said Ubi CEO Yves Guillemot in an interview with Gamesindustry.biz. From the sound of it, the strength of European currencies against the dollar…
How quickly "Fall 2008" becomes "Q1 2009." Ubisoft is the next up to confess it's shunted a title out of its fall lineup into next year, after we reported a similar delay for Namco-Bandai's Afro Samurai. This time, it's Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X, according to CVG, which sails right past Fall 2008 to land anywhere between…
Last week's MLG San Diego was notable for its debut of the Cold Storage map for Halo 3. It also gave people a look at a "very early test phase" version of Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X., the arcade flight combat sim forthcoming from Ubisoft by the end of the year. The game was a demo playable by anyone in attendance. A reader…
Eurogamer reports back from Ubidays 08 that a demonstrator let slip word that voice commands will be able to order around your fellow fighter pilots in Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.
For those of you who somehow missed all of our Ubisoft coverage, which stretched from early afternoon until late into the night, I've compiled all of our stories on the jump. They include hands on with Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway, H.A.W.X. and Far Cry 2 as well as tons of interviews and impressions.
Ubisoft held their Paris Ubidays today, officially announcing that Beyond Good & Evil was on its way along with a slew of other titles including a DS game to help people quit smoking and a new snowboard title.