A nice variety of new games and add-on content dropped yesterday. But what about the tried and true military shooter fans? No worries, there's something for you, too. Ghost Recon Future Soldier's "Khyber Strike" DLC hit the Xbox 360 yesterday, and should be live on the PlayStation 3 today. This is the third piece of DLC for the third-person gadget shooter. While not as co-op friendly as "Raven Strike," it includes a little something for everyone.
The third collection of Ghost Recon Future Soldier DLC will be available next week. "Khyber Strike" will offer players three new multiplayer maps, one new versus mode, a new cooperative Guerilla Mode map, new Achievements, plus an increase in the level cap.
The second DLC package for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier is now available to purchase. The content is available on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 for the price of $15. The PC version will be released "at a later date."
Ghost Recon Future Soldier came out earlier this summer to fairly solid reviews, including our own 4 out of 5 for the game's co-op mode. As we charge into the Fall gaming season, you might want to find some cheap co-op gaming before dropping the big bucks for a Borderlands 2 CE or copy of Halo 4. Luckily, Amazon has you covered today to hold you and your wallet over.
Ghost Recon Future Soldier is about to get a bigger campaign. The high tech military shooter will recieve three new campaign missions in the recently announced "Raven Strike" DLC. Like the core game, these new missions will support four player online co-op. There will also be a new Guerilla mode map included. This survival mode supports two player local co-op as well as four player online co-op.
After a short delay, Ghost Recon Future Soldier is getting some DLC love. The Arctic Strike DLC is available through the Xbox Live Marketplace and the PlayStation Store. The content offers new multiplayer maps, a new versus mode, six shiny weapons, 10 additional levels of progression, and a new map for the game's cooperative Guerilla mode. You can check it out in this video while being aurally assaulted.
The launch of Ghost Recon Future Soldier has not been the smoothest of rides, whilst console gamers had a pick up and play experience; PC players had a glitchier encounter. In a bid to avoid any more bad press, Ubisoft have done a wise thing and delayed the 3rd July bound Arctic Strike DLC to polish the content i.e. make sure it works.
Latest in "News Which Shocks No One," yesterday's release of the PC version of Ghost Recon Future Soldier has not gone over well for Ubisoft. The version is currently suffering from a crippling amount of bugs. What kind of bugs, you ask? Well, my friend, they range from the somewhat understandable framerate issues and resolution errors to the facepalm-worthy Xbox 360 buttons being prompted in the interface to the absolutely appalling non-recognition of mouse and WASD controls. Wait, what?
The PC version of Ghost Recon Future Soldier has gotten a slight delay. Originally slated for June 12th, it'll now grace your favorite PC on June 28th. The game was released a few weeks ago on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 to mostly positive reviews. Ghost Recon Future Soldier features a four player co-op campaign, playable online and a four player co-op survival mode called Guerilla.
It has been way too long since we've had a proper Ghost Recon title. Like many other Tom Clancy games, the series originated on the PC and has gone through an evolution thanks to a large console userbase. The latest title, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier, further follows the trend of integrating cool gadgetry into your arsenal, making you feel more like a Halo Spartan than a modern fighting machine.
Ghost Recon Future Soldier does feature the promises couch co-op gameplay, but sadly it's limited to the game's Guerilla co-op mode. This mode is a survival based mode where players fight through 50 waves of enemies. A long time ago, in a news post far far away and more recently on various online retailers it was claimed that Future Soldier supported couch co-op gameplay through its campaign. Sadly, that isn't the case.
Ghost Recon Future Soldier is out today, you may have seen our spotlight. To celebrate we've been given 1 Xbox 360 and 1 PlayStation 3 copy of the game to giveaway to our awesome community. What, pray-tell, do you need to accomplish to win yourself a copy? Are we going to make you create a your own gun using the game's Gunsmith feature? Probably not.
Some of the most fun I've ever had gaming was during Tuesday night matches of Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter. We used to play 12 player co-op against the AI, clearing map after map of random waves of enemies. It's been five years since we've had a proper Ghost Recon game, but the day has finally come and it looks as if Ubisoft has stepped up all the pieces of the tactical puzzle for Ghost Recon Future Soldier.
Happy first lunch break of the week, CST people! I hope you brought enough to share with everyone. Let's get our Co-Op Release Alert on!
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is out next week on the 360 and PlayStation 3, PC owners will have to wait till early June to get their hands on the title. But if you're jealous and feel the need to catch up on the series, Steam has the perfect deal for you. All three Ghost Recon titles and the two expansion packs for the first game are now on sale for a total price of just $7.50. If you're just looking for the more recent games, Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 1 and Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2, (which support online co-op) you can pick them up for $2.49 each.
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