Watch Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands New Launch Trailer

Ubisoft released an epic trailer for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands today ahead of its official launch.

The story depicts four operatives of the CIA taking down the Santa Blanca drug cartel in Bolivia in a dramatic fashion with shootouts and thrilling chase scenes. This is a clear example on how the game’s four-player co-op going to look like:

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands will contain the largest map ever designed by Ubisoft on an open-world game of their own and it is built specifically for cooperative play. If you’re playing solo, three AI teammates will assist you in the battlefield in sync with your actions.

“Depending on how the player engages with these factions, their relationships with each other, and with the player, are going to change,” says Butler. “It’s something we really encourage, in fact. It’s for the player to manipulate, and play with the toy.”

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands launches on March 7th and it’s headed to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Related posts

Fallout 76 First Beta Starts With Xbox One

Fallout 76 First Beta Starts With Xbox One


Fallout 76 First Beta Starts With Xbox One

It is confirmed by Bethesda that Fallout 76 beta will first be accessible to players who pre-ordered the game. The beta FAQ which is available on the official site, stated Xbox One players will get to try out the new game first. Microsoft probably had offered a deal to Bethesda for a...

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Is Finally On Sale At Steam

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Is Finally On Sale At Steam


PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Is Finally On Sale At Steam

PUBG Corporation announced that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has reached 400 million players worldwide across all available platforms. That figure includes over 50 million copies of the game sold on Windows PC and Xbox One. Mobile devices seems to be responsible for the remaining 350...

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Is Still In Works

Final Fantasy 7 Remake Is Still In Works


Final Fantasy 7 Remake Is Still In Works

Tetsuya Nomura, the director of Final Fantasy, gave his assurance that the remake of Final Fantasy 7 is still in development at Square Enix. Concerned fans was worried about the game's status when it did not appear during E3 2018. Nomura also said that he is putting equal effort on...

Leave a comment