Game developer and publisher Ubisoft reveals five different Special Editions for its forthcoming military shooter, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands.

Although Ubisoft have yet to even reveal an official release date for the forthcoming Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands, the company have already put out details regarding the open world tactical shooter’s five separate special editions, making for seven different retail versions in total. The divulgence of the unique versions of the game occurred recently in conjunction Ubisoft’s public issuing of the title’s “We Are Ghosts” trailer.

Those itching to get their hands on lots of goodies and pre-order bonuses will definitely jump at the chance to nab one of the Special Editions for Ghost Recon: Wildlands, but disclosing a large variety of options for collector’s versions at this point in time could give many fans pause. For instance, a lot of folks might consider it to be absolute overkill for such a huge swathe of Special Editions for the game to be in production when an extremely limited amount of actual information about the title’s gameplay exists.

As seen in the stills below, however, the Ghost Recon: Wildlands will offer fans a Deluxe Edition, a Gold Edition, a version with a Calavera Collector’s Case , the Fallen Angel Edition, and the Limited Edition, each of which contains its own unique physical items and access to pieces of in-game content. Plus, those who pre-order the game will receive “The Peruvian Connection” mission, which sends them high into the mountains of Bolivia, as would-be Ghosts attempt to sever the alliance between the Santa Blanca and Peruvian Cartels.







Beyond the Special Editions for Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Ubisoft has promised to cover more aspects about the game proper at E3 2016. Hopefully, the company will be able to provide fans with plenty of details that would justify its creation of so many Special Editions, but since the event isn’t going to occur until next month, we all will have to just sit tight and wait to find out what developers have in store for the shooter.

As many gamers would agree, it was a big surprise in 2015 once Ghost Recon: Wildlands was announced, as a lot of fans weren’t expecting its reveal at all. Of course, not much else about the title was shared after the fact, with Ubisoft remaining mum on its contents for nearly a year.

In any event, plenty of fans are obviously excited about Ghost Recon: Wildlands and are looking forward to seeing what Ubisoft can do with the franchise. As a matter of fact, with particulars for the title being so scant, it’s safe to say that a lot of gamers would consider it to be one of their top 10 most anticipated games to be shown at this year’s E3, so let’s hope developers will be able to deliver the goods at 2016’s expo in Los Angeles.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands will reportedly launch sometime later in 2016 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: Press Start Australia