Xbox.com's box art for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier appears to confirm that the third person shooter will feature Kinect support.
The image carries a banner proclaiming the game's "better with Kinect sensor."
Future Soldier was delayed last November. Could Kinect support be behind the slip? Ubisoft declined to comment when contacted by CVG.
It's not the first time the project has been linked with Kinect. Back in April 2010, a report claimed the title would support the then-named Natal.
It suggested a Kinect mode would see players holding the Xbox 360 controller in one hand for thumbstick movement, while the other hand would be free to wave about Minority Report style. It also suggested players would be able to give orders through different types of hand movements.