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.
With Steam's 2016 Summer Sale long over with, did you think your out of opportunities to get cheap PC games this season? No. In fact, this weekend many Co-op titles in GMG's PC gaming Summer Sale are getting discounts better than Steams sale from a few weeks ago.
Games with Gold comes around once a month like a co-op colossus giving Gold members of Xbox Live up to four 'free' games. There have been a wonderfully disproportionate number of co-op titles to be had. This month is a little light, with only one of the four games being co-op, but when that game is the stone cold classic Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2, who cares?
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.
E3 2016 is in full force, and with it comes all kinds of co-op gaming announcements. During the first conference of the day, Microsoft briefly showed off a glimpse of The Division's "Underground" DLC, which will be available for Xbox One on June 28th. Due to Ubisoft's exclusivity deal, the DLC won't hit for PlayStation 4 and PC users until a solid month later.
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 Humble Bundle is the type of friend that keeps on giving. Not only do you get games for as little (or as much) as you want to pay, but you also get to give to charity. As the deals are time limited, sometimes you miss out. Therefore, the likes of Ubisoft come back and offer you an encore; in this case games including Rayman Origins, Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Far Cry 3.
Last week brought the first big free update to Tom Clancy's The Division, though it was not without its problems. During a Twitch stream yesterday, the developers stated that they are aware of the issues players are facing and are working on ways to make amends.
My one hope for Tom Clancy's The Division was that its developers would learn from Bungie and the struggles they faced during the first year of Destiny. The first big update for the title, which introduced the Incursion event and a loot trading system along with a handful of other fixes and tweaks, arrived on Tuesday and initial reports are... well, it's a bit of a mess.
Following a red-hot opening month for Tom Clancy's The Division, the folks over at Ubisoft have buckled down and sought out areas where their four player co-op game is in need of change. Just a few days ago, they revealed "Incursions", the first of two free upcoming expansion packs, and detailed just what it will be adding content-wise.
While Tom Clancy's The Division has been out for a couple weeks now, there are still a few lingering questions out there about co-op and the like. Fortunately, we've got some answers.