Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands: Game Inferior To The Division?

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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands

Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon Wildlands has a lot of catching up to do with the recently released The Division if it wants a unique spot on the AAA shooters this console generation. However, Ghost Recon Wildlands doesn?t have much updates as the last Wildlands Ubiblog post was half a year old. Will the game be inferior compared to The Division?

The flexible mission systems explained the developers is already a strong point of Ghost Recon Wildlands against The Division. In hindsight, Tom Clancy?s The Division has an online Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game(MMORPG) aspect of it so it?s bound to get repetitive some time unless Ubisoft keeps introducing new features. The open-world aspect of Ghost Recon Wildlands may allow it to come toe-to-toe with The Division?s online multiplayer system.

The potential of a flexible story on Ghost Recon Wildlands is a definitely worth a look by almost anyone who?ve played recent games due to the influence of games such as Mass Effect, Fallout, The Witcher and other western console RPG giants. Potentially, Ghost Recon Wildlands may introduce a Karma system or personality tipping choices in these games to a larger flexible ?picking the kind of mission to deal with the problem?. Basing from its flexible mission system, the endgame of Ghost Recon Wildlands must deliver a good story or quality multiple endings if it wants to be remembered or sell well in its release.

However, these ?missions at your own discretion? system might be too ambitious unless Ubisoft reveals something on how the system works. Ghost Recon Wildlands could either base itself on total freedom via full-on, open world gameplay like Fallout 4 or the usual player driven narrative game with different outcomes like Mass Effect. More than proving itself to The Division, Ghost Recon Wildlands needs to assert itself more in its genre and systems rather than worry to compete with existing console loot shooters this generation.

Currently, there still aren?t any updates about this upcoming game but it might receive more light after The Division?s release. Tom Clancy?s Ghost Recon Wildlands has a narrow window of opportunity to be Ubisoft?s flagship title as Assassin?s Creed will return next year, If Ghost Recon Wildlands doesn?t show up in E3 2016, it might take a longer time in production similar to The Division?s three year development cycle before release.

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