Players Try Out the Sample Mission of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Ubisoft Offers Players a Large Open-World Scenario, And More

Ubisoft is still in the process of developing the game and has informed the players that the players will have thousands of towns and landmarks to discover and numerous weapons to customize. The soldiers will also get different gears and looks.

There has already been talks about the AI teammates, apart from this, for those playing online, there is the scope to bring in co-op multiplayers. There is a chance that Ubisoft will shell out more information on this at the E3.

Wildlands is being compared to Ubisoft’s other games like Far Cry. There are some players who have also gone ahead to compare the game with the ARMA series, but the latest is the comparison between Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands and Grand Theft Auto Online.

Both of them have a small unit of players and have co-op missions. While there is no similarity in the world that is there in the two games, there is certainly some similarities in the action that unfolds.

There is unpredictability in the game that is very similar to the co-ops in the two. Both of them are placed in a rather large and reactive open-world and there is a similarity that Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands share with GTA Online, in the way in which the player has to reach someplace, clean it out and then escape the enemy.

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