Ubisoft?s upcoming third-person shooter, Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon Wildlands, will feature a highly enjoyable single-player game. Developer Ubisoft assured fans that they will not lose anything if they choose to play the game solo. The developer also confirmed that Ghost Recon Wildlands isn?t an online only game.
Ubisoft made an impressive presentation at E3 2016 this year as the game developer and publisher showcased some of its upcoming games at the event. During an interview with Gamingbolt after E3, Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon Wildlands lead designer Dominic Butler revealed that they believe the single-player experience is important for players, and this is the reason the studio has designed the game in a way that it can be fully enjoyed alone.
The game can be played solo or up to four player co-op. But if a player wants to explore the open world alone, he will be supported by three AI players offline. According to the developer, when a player chooses to play solo, he can opt to have AI teammates, which can support the player with supportive fire, vehicle and goods.
?For us it?s important to make sure that every part of the game you?re not missing out [on] anything whether you?re playing solo or with your friends,? Butler said during the interview. The studio assured players that they will not lose anything if they choose to play offline.
The developers also assured that the AI teammates are ?super smart? and will adapt on the situation at hand. ?You don?t have to micromanage these guys, they adapt their approach to your play styles. You can give them some basic orders but they will generally take care of themselves to support you.?
Earlier this year, Ubisoft released The Division, but the game is not that enjoyable to play alone. The Developers of Ghost Recon Wildlands said the studio has been working on this game in the last four years, and after understanding players? unique gameplay preferences, the studio decided to break the barriers by making offline play as enjoyable as playing with others online.