During Microsoft’s E3 press conference, Ubisoft announced that Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will support Kinect and feature voice recognition and body tracking.
In a brief demo, one of the developers showed off how weapons could be customized by simply speaking and saying what the user wants to build. Even saying something like “randomize” will create a random weapon with random attachments. Using body tracking, players will be able to move and shoot without the use of a controller.
Additionally, Ubisoft says that all future titles in the Tom Clancy franchise will support Kinect.