It?s Ubisoft 30th birthday so it?s bound to have some big reveals at E3 2016 this year. And when Ubisoft is in the mix, there?s bound to be a Tom Clancy game. One of the upcoming Tom Clancy titles waiting for release is Ghost Recon Wildlands. This promising title may top all past games in the titles; including The Division. Here?s our new scoop on Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon Wildlands gameplay.
Gathering Intel is a core and vital feature in the Ghost Recon Wildlands gameplay. It will make each mission significantly easier as it will reveal a lot of information on targets including location and appearance.
Amazing Co-op Experience
Ghost Recon Wildlands can be played alone, but its better when played with three other players. In the game, players will be put in a huge open-world and players and their team can approach objectives in any way they want. With proper communication, players can easily distribute scouting, infiltrating and gathering Intel among one another.
Tools Of The Trade
As expected, one of the main features of Ghost Recon Wildlands is the array of vehicles and gadgets at the disposal of the players. Ubisoft showcased a fully manual drone so far and when it comes to travelling, players can use a nifty helicopter. Land vehicles include cars and motorcycles.
Really Massive Open-World
Ubisoft wasn?t kidding when it said that the game will feature a huge open world. The largest for any of its titles in fact. The gameplay footage showed off an overhead view of the open-world with the players riding a helicopter. The draw distance reveals ?more areas is possibly explorable.
Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon Wildlands launches on March 7, 2017.
We?ve got the gameplay footage and cinematic trailer below in case you missed it.