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Ghost Recon Wildlands can't shake its Far Cry fixation -

Ubisoft's Ghost Recon games have traditionally been about precise military tactics. Previous entries have favoured considered, cover-based approaches to enemy situations over run-and-gun bravado. Even when the series dabbled with borderline sci-fi ...and more »

Interview: Creative director Eric Couzian on Ghost Recon Wildlands - PC PowerPlay

Ghost Recon Wildlands is out on the 7th of March, and I'm psyched to play more. A few of us from PC PowerPlay recently got to take the game for a spin (albeit on PS4), and it's an absolute blast in co-op. I had fun playing solo, but the real fun was ...and more »

Looking for Ghost Recon in the Wildlands -

If you had any expectations that Ghost Recon Wildlands would play anything like its predecessors in the tactical shooter series, it's probably best to put them to one side. This is a very different take on the formula. So different is this spin on an ...and more »

6 Things We Learned About Ghost Recon Wildlands - IGN Africa

Ghost Recon Wildlands takes the tactical shooter in a new direction, its open world offering a new level of freedom and opportunity for the series. The Ghosts are dropped deep inside Bolivia, a country ruled by the drug cartel Santa Blanca and its ...and more »

How Ubisoft built Ghost Recon Wildlands as a huge open world where you can do anything - VentureBeat

In Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, everything in the vast wilds of Bolivia will be playable. If you can see a mountain in the distance, you can go to the top of it and snipe at drug cartel members below. Ubisoft's open-world tactical shooter game ...and more »

Hands on with Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Gaming Age

With the retail release for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands approaching in March I flew out to Ubisoft studios and spent about four hours playing the game and getting a feel for what to expect when it releases. To start off, we had a presentation ...and more »

Preview: Ghost Recon Wildlands has limitless potential if the devs can capitalize on it - The Mercury News

“Ghost Recon Wildlands” has the chance to be something special. It's unbelievably huge. It's complex. It's fun. But all those superlatives come with an “if.” The open-world tactical shooter is an ambitious project. It brings players to Bolivia, a real ...and more »

Traversing the Wild in Ghost Recon Wildlands - Hardcore Gamer

With the release of Ghost Recon Wildlands about six weeks away, we were able to get our hands on a close to final build of the game, save for a few bug fixes and minor tweaks that will go into the inevitable day one patch. We had access to two missions ...and more »

Load up on guns and bring your friends - Ghost Recon Wildlands is only fun with others - PCGamesN

If you've played the recent Far Cry games, you'll be familiar with the outposts peppered around their open-world maps. These enemy fortresses can be cleared out and approached however you want, using both stealth and aggression: you could ride an ...and more »

Ghost Recon: Wildlands abandons military tactics for Just Cause-style mayhem - PCWorld

Reading the description of Ghost Recon: Wildlands, it doesn't sound that different from its predecessors. Mentioned in this article. Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. $59.99MSRP $59.99. See it · on Amazon. “Ghost Recon: Wildlands takes place in the ...and more »