While we’ve seen no shortage of Tom Clancy-branded games over the last few years, it’s been quite some time since a full-fledged Ghost Recon title has been released. A few staples of the series have generally revolved around thoughtful planning, teamwork, clear communication, and synchronized execution. Ubisoft aims to pass the torch to Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, with hopes of exuding the spirit of previous titles in spades.
Last week at Gamescom, Ubisoft had a new trailer for their upcoming third-person shooter, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. This time around they're highlighting all of the customization you can do as you hunt down the Santa Blanca drug cartel.
Blessings came aplenty for Tom Clancy fans this E3. Not only did we find out that Ghost Recon Wildlands will be gracing us with its presence on March 7, 2017, but we also got more than a few tastes of what exactly that grace entails.
Though it's not due for release until 2017, it's never too early to get the hype train (woo woo!) rolling on the next Tom Clancy game, Ghost Recon Wildlands. The latest trailer, titled "We Are Ghosts," highlights just a few of the special skills the Ghost unit brings to the table. Like animal husbandry or ferroequinology. ...
"The Clance" as he is known in some circles, powerbombs onto the Patriot Mobile with Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands announced this year at E3. Well, not really. Mr. Clancy is no longer with us, so he doesn't really have much say in the matter. But, that doesn't stop the immortal legacy of highly trained special agents sniping drug czars and leveling a city block to get the job done.