Ubisoft will show new images of the E3 press conference during its E3 press conference Ghost Recon: Wildlands.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands is the first open world tactical military shooter that can be played cooperatively or completely solo. You get total freedom of choice to tackle any situation as desired. For example, targets can not only be disabled, but also captured alive.
New gameplay footage shows a player trying to track down the location of Cartel leader El Pozolero. After finding the location, he is then picked up by another player with a helicopter. Arriving together at the enemy base it turns out to be heavily guarded and they enlist the help of two friends.
In the meantime, they come from a different wind direction to the base to help the duo. They mark targets with a camera and send a drone into the air to get a better view of the situation. Here it becomes clear that an abandoned village has been transformed into an enemy fortress of the cartel.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands gives you the option to open fire right away or opt for the stealth approach. That silent solution fails for the group and their target runs off. The chase will be with a car and motorcycles. Eventually, El Pozolera is arrested after a collision and quickly transported by helicopter.
The Ghost Recon: Wildlands release date is March 7, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
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