Wildlands Takes the Cake
Taking place a few years into the future, Ghost Recon Wildlands empowers players to lead a team of Ghosts, a four-player U.S. Elite Special Operations unit, on a covert mission to destroy the Santa Blanca drug cartel.
There’s a live-action promotional prequel that you can watch, which provides some extra plot points and backstory to the notorious Santa Blanca cartel.
It does not feature the futuristic setting used in Advanced Warfighter and Future Soldier , but instead adopts a modern-day setting, similar to the original Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon As a result, the equipment featured in the game is based on weapons and gear commonly used by military forces around the world.
To surveil and mark enemy targets, Wildlands players can pilot a backpack drone—something they could do in last year’s Watch Dogs 2. Playing cooperatively with other online friends is a button tap away, a seamless multiplayer feature Ubisoft honed in The Crew. Set in the largest, open world ever created by Ubisoft.
The introduction of a robust class system in Ghost War plays to the base game’s tactical team play mannerisms, as Ghost Recon Wildlands was originally developed with a four-player co-op experience in mind.
When it comes to the co-op experience, Tom Clancy Ghost Recon Wildlands had the right mix of open-world action, tactical gameplay and just the right amount of roughness around the edges to creates the perfect 4-player co-op storm.
The gameplay is simply amazing due to the ease of the controls and the vast open-world environment. The combat is just right to please hardcore gamers and Newbies alike. I liked how they brought tactical gameplay and then mixed it in with action.
Bolivia is absolutely beautiful, the graphics are right on.
There is a good story in here, it is more than just a tactical game, it’s an adventure… with lots and lots of guns and beautifully crafted scenery.
This game is absolutely everything that I had been hoping for. The open-world tactics and action are thrilling and really draw you in. Bolivia is gorgeous and very dangerous. The story is wonderful, it isn’t too deep or not deep enough. It has this sort of balance. Also, I love Co-Ops. I’ve played some pretty good shooter Co-Ops like Gears of War 1-4, Halo, that sort of thing. It blows The Division out of the water by a long-shot.