While a lot of interesting content was shown at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, few games looked as DELICIOUS as the tactical shooter gone open world game Ghost Recon: Wildlands. New gameplay from this much anticipated title served as the opener for Ubisoft’s two hour press conference, and while the conversation felt painfully scripted, the game’s unique features were shown off. No, seriously though, this conversation was just plain awful. But it does help showcase some of the necessary communication in cooperative missions.
Whether it be gathering vehicles to help your friends, or engaging in shootouts to fight off cocaine peddling terrorists in Bolivia, this game offers a role for every style of player. If you’re fighty or flighty, there’s a place for you here.
One game that may come to mind while watching Ghost Recon: Wildlands in action is the online heist experience in Grand Theft Auto: Online. Players each choosing roles that suit their strengths the best results in a communication heavy experience in which objectives are entirely dependent on the attentive quality of your allies.
This ten minute long gameplay footage showcases a multiplayer mission in which a team of Ghosts is targeting a man named El Pozolero, a man with a murderous history. He’s staked out in a shack in the beautifully rendered world of this open Ubisoft game.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands also boasts the ability to take different approaches to missions, choosing to play in either a tactical way or going in firing away. A style that reflects your team is the best option, and the ability to differentiate sets this game apart from previous titles in the series.
Whether you’re a longtime fan of Ghost Recon or new to the series, there’s no doubt that Ghost Recon: Wildlands will appeal to tactical team game fans of all variety.