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Ghost Recon: Wildlands E3 Demo Gives New Details but Suffers From Stuttering
Ubisoft’s E3 2016 press conference is live and we were just looking at the latest Ghost Recon: Wildlands gameplay trailer.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands E3 demo was pretty spectacular and no doubt, Ubisoft has put in a lot of work into it. The attention to details is impressive but some areas need work like grass and dust reacting appropriately to the situation.
The demo also suffered from notable framerate stuttering which is a shame but developers have enough time to fix such issues before the final build goes into mass production. Now with that out of the way, let’s talk details.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands E3 demo gave us a look at the mexican cartel and the man behind it that have taken control of Bolivia. The cartel is using the country’s CoCoa resources to produce mass amounts of Cocaine.
The Bolivian Wildlands have fallen into the hands of the Santa Blanca cartel; transformed into a narco-state the country is now plunged into lawlessness and fear. As ghosts, you and your team are the only ones that can take it down and put an end to Sueño’s reign of terror.
Wildlands features the biggest open world Ubisoft has ever created in the past 30 years. The E3 demo showed seamless 4 player co-op, highlighting tactical gameplay. Melee stealth kill animations are pretty smooth but running animation looks stiff.
The game was running on a PlayStation 4 during Ubisoft’s E3 press event.
Enemy marking will make it easy to infiltrate enemy camps and bases. However, no matter how well you do the slightest mistake would mean complete chaos on the map.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands will release on March 7 for PC and consoles.