Ubisoft is bringing Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon Wildlands to E3 2016 this year and the company has confirmed that those who?ll be attending the event will get their hands on a demo. According to Ubisoft, the studio will also host a gameplay livestream so fans around the world can enjoy the demo from their respective homes. The demo will be showcased at the Ubisoft Lounge on June 14 and 15.
On its official blog, Ubisoft revealed that it will host two live streams on June 14. The first live stream will go live at 3:15 PM PDT and it will run for 30 minutes. Those interested in watching the event can join the studio on official Twitch or YouTube live Stream
The company will reveal new details about the game and it will introduce fans to the development team of Ghost Recon Wildlands. Lead Game Designer Dominic Butler will attend the stream along with two players, Punjistick and I.T.K5 ?to discuss different aspects of the game and answer fans? ?questions.Those unable to attend the event can raise their questions on Twitter by including the #GRIntel hashtag on their Tweets. Butler himself will answer some selected questions.
At the Ubisoft Lounge, fans can try some other games which Ubisoft is planning to release in the near future. The development teams of the upcoming games will be there to answer fans? questions and these teams will reveal more details about the new games.
On the same day, narrative director Sam Strachman will join fans at the Ubisoft Lounge in the second live stream, where he will be discussing the gameplay environment and maps of Ghost Recon Wildlands. Strachman will share more details about Santa Blanca Cartel, Ghosts and Bolivia. The company has not yet announced what it is bringing on June 15, and it suggests fans to stay tuned with the Ubisoft Lounge page to get more information about the event.
According to Ubisoft, it is inviting all the Star Players from around the world at E3 2016. These Star Players are those who have supported the studio in developing the game in the way fans want.
Ghost Recon Wildlands will come out for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. A release date has yet to be announced by Ubisoft.