The French have a phrase for it: plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose, or "the more things change, the more they stay the same."
That would seem to be the case in the recent "soft launch" of the US Army transition to a new (well, sort of) camouflage pattern – Scorpion. This will finally replace the blithering choice of the Army Universal Camouflage Pattern back in 2004 which has been universally condemned as pathetically ineffective.
Update: Military Times provides some amplifying information about the Scorpion W2, including a small swatch of the material. Sources speculate that the name could change in the near future.
The pattern displayed cuts back on the biege and brown colors to result in a type that falls in between a woodland and desert environment, likely applicable to future output of web gear as well as garrison and field uniforms. Deploying troops could be issued variations on the coloration to adapt to jungle, woodland, desert or mountain terrain.