The new game developed by Ubisoft, Ghost Recon Wildlands is prepared to be launched next year, in March. The announcement was made at E3 2015. The new game was said to include the most massive open world that Ubisoft had ever developed in a match. The latest game in the series known as Ghost Recon will be equipped with an extraordinary environment that could manipulate the players’ strategies, but it could also be manipulated.
A new report unveils data concerning the fact that Ubisoft kept their promise when referring to the action-adventure game, being outfitted with a huge map which is set in the South American nation of Bolivia. The complete feature of the game has revealed how big map the map of Ghost Recon: Wildlands is. The setting was described as being the most dangerous but at the same time the most incredible place which ever existed.
The map is composed of 21 locations, each region having its population. Every area consists of waterways, roads, and towns which represent several types of industries, customs, and lifestyles of the civilian population. What is more, the NPCs which represent part of the people of the game Ghost Recon Wildlands enhance the sense of massiveness of the match.
Apparently, every character in the game follows a particular routine on a daily basis irrespective of whether the player interacts with the characters or not. Besides the huge number of 21 regions, Ghost Recon Wildlands consists of 11 distinct ecosystems. Each ecosystem has its topography, wildlife, and climate, all having different ecological characteristics.
All around the map, 26 rulers or leaders are waiting for every player to challenge them. Some experts have argued that the size of the map of the latest game in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon series is similar to the map of Grand Theft Auto V.
The new game is bound to unfold the world of a near future. Players will infiltrate into the enemy lines during a mission which has as a goal taking down a drug cartel located in the jungle. Ghost Recon Wildlands comes only in a single player mode, having the ability to develop co-op missions consisting of no more than four players. The game will be issued on March 7, 2017, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
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