‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Featurette, News & Updates: Ubisoft Wants Players To Be Creative & Adapt In Various Missions

By V Doctor , Updated Nov 26, 2016 05:36 PM EST
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A new trailer for "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands" recently launched, showing some of the features that Ubisoft has been describing in the past weeks. In "Ghost Recon Wildlands," players have more leeway during missions.

Based on the new "Ghost Recon Wildlands" trailer, the new features of the massive open world game allow players to choose how to execute a mission, as well as choosing the mission to take in any order they prefer. It is still uncertain how "Ghost Recon Wildlands" can let players carry out missions in any order, while maintaining the storyline.

Ubisoft previously mentioned that there will be some Alpha and Beta tests in the weeks leading towards the big launch. WeGotThisCovered noted that the new "Ghost Recon Wildlands" featurette, titled "Freedom of Choice," presented how the new title will not follow the traditional open world formula that the game developer has been using in the past several years.

The video was hosted by creative director Eric Couzian and senior technical director Laurent Fischer, who talked about how "Ghost Recon Wildlands" players have more options in terms of customizing their characters and doing missions. They can also command AI teammates via the Sync shot, a part of the order system.

Retired U.S. special operations member, Jack, also explained how "Ghost Recon Wildlands" gamers can accomplish missions with their own skillset. Players enjoy freedom of choice while doing missions without breaking rules or ethics. The following scenes showed the Bolivian plains, action scenes and some of the outfits and weapons that will appear in the game.

Ubisoft stated that the "Ghost Recon Wildlands" development team noted how the situations in the game can develop differently depending on the choices that players make. "Ghost Recon Wildlands" will push players to be creative and learn how to adapt and improvise in various circumstances. The new approach allows players to experience the game in the same way that actual spec ops agents take on real missions.

"Ghost Recon Wildlands" is set to launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on Mar. 7, 2016. More updates and details are expected soon.

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