Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is all set for a global release on March 7. The much-anticipated title is all geared to arrive on the PS4, Xbox One, and the PC.
But now we have a new 20-minute video of the game’s single player mission, narrated by none other than the game’s lead designer Dominic Butler. The new video footage focuses exclusively on solo gameplay. The video shows Ghosts arriving at an old village in a helicopter, and doing what they do best. Infiltrate the village in their trademark tactical style – using all fancy gadgets, gizmos, and weapons to complete their mission.
In case you didn’t know, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is a tactical, military shooter set in a massive open-world with a sprawling landscape.The game is marketed as tactical third-person shooter with a heavy emphasis on co-op mode and open-ended gameplay. Developed by Ubisoft Paris, the game is playable in a single-player or up to four players in co-op.
The game’s backdrop is set in Bolivia, a state plagued by narcotics thanks to the Santa Blanca drug cartel. As Ghosts, players will have to break the Santa Blanca drug cartel’s alliances with local drug lords and corrupt government officials, to save locals from being tortured by El Sueno, Santa Blanca cartel’s vicious leader. To do so, players will have all the freedom they need to accomplish their objective. You can go all guns-blazing, or use stealth tactics to accomplish your mission. Besides, players will have access to a wide array of military arsenal ranging from high-tech vehicles and the latest gadgets.
As already mentioned, Ubisoft’s GhostRecon Wildlands launches on the Xbox One, PC, and the PS4 on March 7, 2017. If you can’t hold on to your horses, a beta will be available before the game officially launches. You can find more information on how to sign-up for the beta here.