Ghost Recon Wildlands was shown off today during Ubisoft’s E3 press conference and it looks incredible. The game follows the struggle between the drug cartel controlled Bolivia, becoming the largest supplier of cocaine in the entire world. This is where you step in as a member of a tactical special forces team that is dropped off deep into the enemy territory.
As a member of an elite special operations unit, your goal is to disrupt the cartels operations and clear the narco-state once again. We got a small little glimpse of that in today’s gameplay footage demo. Ubisoft showed off a team of four players strolling into a Cartel camp in order to grab a person of interest. How you go about the capture is entirely up to you, go guns blazing in hopes to capture your target or slowly take out guards stealthy to avoid unwanted attention.
Overall, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands looks incredible large which gives players a little more freedom to go through the game. So far the upcoming video game is set to launch for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, on March 7, 2017. For now, take a look at the gameplay footage posted above and some game screenshots down below.