‘Tom Clancy’s: Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Review & Update: Open World Game But Lacks Humane Concept; What We Know So Far
Gamers have been enjoying the tenth installment of one of the most successful gaming franchise of this time. However, "Tom Clancy's: Ghost Recon Wildlands" received positive and negative reviews regarding its specs, features and entire storyline.
A former report from Heat relayed that "Tom Clancy's: Ghost Recon Wildlands" video game franchise has just been released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation4 and Xbox One and developer Ubisoft is billing the game as one of the biggest open world games they have ever published.
The game takes place in Bolivia in 2019 and pits the "Ghosts" U.S. army elite special operations unit against the fictional Santa Blanca Mexican drug cartel and it has spawned some movements on the social media with reckons of the game being a racist, as noted by the same post.
El Suenois supposed to have had an awakening in which the Santa Muertetold him to show his people the truth. pic.twitter.com/FTtonz40Ap
— Ghost Recon (@GhostRecon) March 15, 2017
While "Tom Clancy's: Ghost Recon Wildlands" has been deemed negatively in some reviews, some are still seeing the game in a different light. For gamers, the way the storyline has been created and the specs and features of the entire game is something to take notice of.
On the other hand, Polygon reports that the contrast between the visual details of the game and the thematic construction is impressive and vexing and visually, it's a masterwork.
For one, during a rainstorm, light will pierce the clouds and dapple the distant hills with sunlight while a grey, oppressive sky colors the world and after the rain, water pools along the dirt road inside the tire tracks and footprints, little puddles with so many variations it's hard to tell if it's from template or if each kilometer is totally handcrafted, according to the same post.
For gamers, "Tom Clancy's: Ghost Recon Wildlands" is a perfect mixture of unparalleled gameplay and state of the art features. It appears that Ubisoft has created the game to ensure that it would outpace other RPG games of this time.
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