Haze slips into financial 2007

Financial report spills beans.

Haze has slipped into Ubisoft's financial year 2007 - which runs from April 2007 to March 2008 - according to a quarterly financial report from the company.

The publisher was unavailable for comment at the time of writing.

The game, originally expected in early 2007, is developed by Free Radical design - the team behind the TimeSplitters series. Haze is a first-person shooter set some 25 years in the future, and puts at your disposal a "high-tech arsenal of vehicles and weapons", as well as "performance enhancing bio-medical support."

It's all a bit Starship Troopersy, going by the first footage released back at E3 2006, with the plot seemingly revolving around crooked corporations and warry mega-tech.

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