New Ghost Recon Wildlands Trailer

E3 2015 had a lot of huge game announcements, and Ubisoft’s press conference was no exception. Perhaps one of the biggest announcements they had was for Ghost Recon Wildlands,...

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E3 2015 had a lot of huge game announcements, and Ubisoft’s press conference was no exception. Perhaps one of the biggest announcements they had was for Ghost Recon Wildlands, a tactical yet somewhat open-world shooter experience.

Ghost Recon Wildlands now has a new trailer, showcasing the vast and open world of Bolivia, as the Santa Blanca drug cartel has taken hold. This trailer showcases some of the various environments that players will traverse when they take control of a Ghost Unit once again to try and liberate Bolivia from its criminal oppressors. As can be seen in the video there are many varying terrains and situations that players will find themselves in as they progress through the game.

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Some highlights from the trailer are in the showcasing of the game’s stunning visuals as well as some glimpses at weapons like the Gatling gun and many more. It can be ascertained from Ubisoft statements and footage from the trailer that players will be put in unique situations depending upon the terrain and weather conditions of the section of the map they are currently on for their mission. The release date for Ghost Recon Wildlands is still to be determined, but stay tuned for more updates as news becomes available.

Source: Ubisoft Blog

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