Mission 1: Bolivia
Objectives: Interrogation of a Cartel Lieutenant and a hostage rescue of a militia big wig.
Revenge plays Ghost Recon Wildlands for the first time. This is my first actual gameplay. I explain my thoughts and pros and cons of my initial experiences with the game. Ubisoft has been making this game for some time now and I am excited to get a chance to play the video game.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is an open world, tactical shooter utilising a third person perspective. Players play as a member of the Ghosts, a fictional elite team in the United States Army. The game will not feature the futuristic setting used in Advanced Warfighter and Future Soldier, but will instead adopt a modern-day setting, similar to the original Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon. As a result, the equipment featured in the game will be based on weapons and gear commonly used by military forces around the world. However, the game will feature some original equipment, such as drones that can be used to tag and shows the highlighted enemies and objectives. The game will be the first entry to feature an open world, which includes nine different types of terrain, such as mountains, forests, desert, salt flats and will also introduce dynamic weather system and day-night cycle. Completing missions during daytime allows players to spot enemies easily, while completing missions at night grant players a tactical advantage, as the night offers players better concealment. Players are tasked with making observations before carrying out missions. A variety of vehicles, such as dirt bikes, helicopters and dune buggies, will feature in the game. Wildlands will feature side-missions, unlike its predecessors
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GeForce GTX 970
i5-4690k CPU @ 3.50GHz
16 GB RAM