New Ghost Recon Wildlands Gameplay Shows Character Customization

A new six-minute video of Ghost Recon Wildlands gameplay showed off how the game embraces character customization to indicate the attitudes of players, not just in the clothing that players will have their characters wear, but also in how they can approach various missions, with various weapons and abilities coming along with it.

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Considering that Ghost Recon Wildlands deals with four American special forces soldiers going into Bolivia to take down a cartel by themselves, you’ll likely be having to specialize yourself or broaden your skills as the situation demands, whether you end up being a sniper, a demolitions expert, or even someone that tries to be as balanced as possible.

Various videos have already come out that show all of the different ways that players can begin a mission, and the roles that the various members of the team can fulfill, whether it’s driving a vehicle to extract the rest of your team, sniping guards up in towers, or just sneaking in and taking down anyone that comes across you.

The variety of customization options and abilities that each member of the Ghost Recon team can get will allow you to overcome any sort of challenge, whether it’s drone flying, sniping, shooting, or anything else that they can think up.

Also included in the Ghost Recon Wildlands gameplay video were interviews with a number of developers on the game, who give some explanation about some of the design choices that the team uses in the game, such as in the AI and the gameplay.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands will be coming out on March 7 of this year, but if you want to see more Ghost Recon Wildlands gameplay, you can sign up for the beta running from February 3 to February 6. The game will be releasing on Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.