During Ubisoft’s E3 2016 press conference, the studio unveils a brand new gameplay demo for its forthcoming open world title known as Ghost Recon: Wildlands.
As expected, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, easily one of the most anticipated video games out of Ubisoft’s stable of forthcoming releases, got its own spotlight during the company’s E3 2016 press conference. As a matter of fact, not only did developers for the action-adventure release put out a never-before-seen cinematic trailer detailing the game’s themes and setting, but Ubisoft also revealed a the title’s first-ever in-depth gameplay demo showing a four-man squad of spec ops pros attempting to take down the Santa Blanca Cartel.
As seen in the footage below, Ghost Recon: Wildlands features a plethora of large scale environments of all kinds that are capable of being explored by air, land, and sea, as well as a veritable armory of weapons, high-tech gear, and vehicles. Rather than spoil all of the fun details of the gameplay that was shown, though, fans would do well to check out the almost 10 minute long video below.
After having taken in Ghost Recon: Wildlands‘ world premiere gameplay demo above, it’s evident that Ubisoft intends on injecting the game with a realistic sense of heavily coordinated squad-based combat and reconnaissance. Interestingly enough, developers actually trained with an elite team in Bolivia in order to understand the realistic aspects of working as a Ghost-like soldier in diverse terrains.
Should fans have enjoyed the gameplay shown in Ghost Recon: Wildland‘s latest demo, Ubisoft has given gamers multiple ways to purchase the game. As it happens, there are 5 different Special Editions, with each containing its own unique memorabilia, collectibles, trinkets, and even in-game content to be procured and downloaded once the base game is finally released.
Although the demo for Ghost Recon: Wildlands definitely looks great on the surface and handily builds upon its “We Are Ghosts” trailer released a while back, it’s important to note that Ubisoft most definitely chose to display the most polished piece of gameplay it has developed for the game thus far. Bearing this in mind, it remains to be seen as to whether or not Ghost Recon: Wildlands will be able to live up to the hype that’s surrounding it, or if it will go on to have its graphics downgraded as many fans are speculating.
What did you think about Ghost Recon: Wildlands‘ debut gameplay demo during Ubisoft’s E3 2016 presentation? Is it different enough from the company’s other team-based third-person shooter The Division to warrant a purchase once it releases? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands is set to release on March 7, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.