It looks like PC gamers will not have to wait very long to get their hands on the newest Ghost Recon, as it will launch just a short time after the console versions. Ghost Recon: Future Soldier arrives for the PC on June 12th (May 22nd for the consoles), and the best part is it will not require a constant Internet connection. A one-time online registration is required the first time you start the game, but all of the single player portion can be played offline. Ubisoft also revealed some PC-specific features for Future Soldier, including DirectX 11 support, higher quality visuals, multi-monitor support, and remappable keyboard controls. All of this should be welcome for Ghost Recon fans, especially since at one point we were not supposed to even receive the game. Thankfully all of that has changed, and with any luck this Ghost Recon will live up to the older titles.