New Ghost Recon Wildlands Screenshots Showcase Beautiful Sights And Destruction

By   /   Oct 5, 2016
Ghost Recon Wildlands live action trailer

Ghost Recon ranks among the most popular franchises for Ubisoft, and with Ghost Recon Wildlands coming next year, the developers has taken the game to a whole new level. So following the reveal of Ghost Recon Wildlands’ gameplay showcasing the the stealth elements of the game, Ubisoft has revealed some new Ghost Recon Wildlands screenshots.

These new Ghost Recon Wildlands Screenshots does not reveal anything new, but they do showcase that how beautiful the game can be during the night and some good old fashioned stealth.

It is clear from recent gameplay demos that Ubisoft is taking some risks with Ghost Recon Wildlands, as it will be series’s first game to introduce a fully dynamic open world, and giving players tons of options to take out their targets.

Also See: Ghost Recon: Wildlands Interview – AI Manipulation, Stealth, The Philosophy of the Tom Clancy Games

Character customization is another feature that is going to be introduced with the game, and according to Ubisoft it is the major part of the game. Ubisoft further explained that freedom of choice was really important to the developers when working on customizations.

From Gender to the clothing, players will be able to customize more than 12 different elements of their character’s appearance. Plkayers can work on hat, headset, glasses, hairstyle, fabric colors and patterns, and more.

Ghost Recon Wildlands will give players a variety of options to players about how they would approach their target. According to Lead Game Designer, Dominic Butler, there is no wrong way to play Ghost Recon: Wildlands.

He further added that there will be “60 different vehicle types: civilian vehicles, army vehicles, boats, bikes, buggies, planes, helicopters… the stuff you would expect to find in a world like this, and the cool thing is you get to play with all of it”.

Ghost Recon Wildlands is an open world tactical shooter in-development at Ubisoft, and the game is scheduled to launch on March 7, 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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