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Ghost Recon Wildlands Gameplay: New Trailer Shows Similarities With Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain

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A new Ghost Recon Wildlands trailer is out. It features a lot of interesting in-game content as well as an extraction mission approached in different ways. However, as gamers get pumped up by the latest video, there are some who noticed that it is quite similar to Metal Gear Solid 5 The Phantom Pain.

The clip started with one Ghost taking down enemies on a watch tower. He then uses it to scout threats surrounding the area. He as well took down enemy snipers that could alarm the entire camp that they are about to attack.

After clearing up the land, three additional Ghosts came in and flew over in a helicopter to take down more enemies and confirm the target. This clip somehow suggest that the game will focus on spotting enemies to alert allies of potential threats. It also indicates that gamers can approach each extraction mission in different ways.

The new Ghost Recon Wildlands gameplay trailer then presented one Ghost skydiving down to the base to kidnap the target. Ghosts aboard the helicopter, on the other hand, served as distractions as they rained bullets on the alerted guards. Those scenes will indeed confirm great missions for your team in Wildlands.

Meanwhile, there are discussions on the internet about how the title reminded them about MGS5. While MGS5 doesn’t have online co-op for missions, players felt both titles felt similar due to the mission design, the huge areas, viability of stealth, and having multiple ways to approach each mission. 

Whether or not Ghost Recon Wildlands imitated some in-game content from MGS 5 is hard to prove. But clearly, the former is going to be a great title this year and it is expected to be successful. The game will roll out on March 7 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. 

How about you? What feature of the tactical shooter game excites you the most? Share your thoughts in the comment section below. 

Also read: Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands News & Updates: Bolivia as the Next Stop for the Open World Game

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