The highlight of Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon Wildlands will undoubtedly be the shooter mechanics and heavy emphasis on teamwork. However, Ubisoft is also stressing the importance on the open-world setting of the game Ubisoft recently revealed the complete map for Bolivia and there?s a lot we know about the explorable land now. Here?s everything we know so far about the Ghost Recon Wildlands? open-world.
Biggest For Any Ubisoft Game
Ubisoft is spotlighting the size of Ghost Recon Wildlands. It?s the biggest action/adventure open-world for any Ubisoft title and we couldn?t be more excited. There will be land and air vehicles to use in the game, meaning that the game is also huge vertically. We don?t know the exact size of the map but if it?s bigger than all of the maps in the Assassin?s Creed titles, then it might actually be one of the biggest maps in gaming.
According to the map recently revealed by Ubisoft, Bolivia will have 21 regions and 11 ecosystems. This spells for a really diverse Ghost Recon Wildlands open-world. A few fans may have expected to see miles upon miles of barren deserts or forest in Bolivia, but with the new details, we?re sure that the open-world will also be a sight for the eyes. Based on what we know so far, it?s obvious that Ubisoft put a lot of effort into making the open-world.
There are 26 bosses scattered throughout the maps. It?s likely that the bosses will feature a similar mechanic to The Division?s bosses. This means that some can be encountered simply by exploring the world, while the others will be fought in main story missions. Whatever the case, it?s also likely that the bosses in the Ghost Recon Wildlands open-world can respawn after a given time.