Creating the Authentic World of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands

By   /   Sep 22, 2015

One thing Ubisoft like to do with the Ghost Recon games is to keep things authentic. In a new video looking at how they are manging to do that with Ghost Recon: Wildlands they show what levels they are going to, to achieve this.

One of the most interesting things mentioned is the fact that they aren’t only talking to the military to learn all of the new techniques for battling the drug barons, they are also looking at the other side too. Talking to the drug smugglers and people on the front line of the fight against trafficking they are looking at just how authentic they can make the world.

In the game footage that we see in the video the footage does look impressive, and the living breathing world on show looks good. We have to remember though that this is an early version of the game and things can change, we just have to look at Watch_Dogs to see how that can happen.

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With the likes of Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain and The Witcher 3 showing how living breathing worlds work at their best, expectations will likely to be raised for Ghost Recon: Wildlands. While videos like this do show promise, the bar is definitely being raised and it’ll take a lot of effort to live up to what we see in this video.

It will be interesting to see more insight into the development of Wildlands, and to see where it heads. There is a lot of promise shown at the moment, and we’ll be sure to keep an eye on it. Will it deliver? Well to answer that we’ll just have to wait and see.

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