Game Developer Ubisoft launches a brand new trailer for the much-anticipated Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Prepare for an action-packed adventure as the preview reveals the new missions are situated in exciting location such as swamps, forests, jungles and deserts. Now, here's what is currently known about Ghost Recon Wildlands release date, pre-order and rumours on the web.
Based on the trailer's description written by Ubisoft, Ghost Recon: Wildlands will introduce the company's largest military-shooter open world. The trailer also shows how the game's US Special Forces squad, known as the Ghosts, will go on dangerous missions in different environments in South America.
In addition, players can use more than 60 different vehicles in their missions. Some of the vehicles in the game are motorbikes, speed boats, and tanks. The trailer also shows a scene where players have to jump out of a helicopter.
The trailer's running theme is the squad's sacrifice, responsibility, and dedication on the mission, with a US marine voice-over that says "We are strangers, far away from home."
As of now, Ubisoft has not yet revealed the full contents of the game. But one of the main missions in the game is to contain South America's most dangerous drug cartels to save Bolivia from complete collapse. In Game Rant's interview with Ubisoft's Vice President of Editorial Tommy Francois, he said the studio trained with an elite team of US Army soldiers to know what is really happening in the team's dangerous missions.
The official release date of Ghost Recon: Wildlands is still unknown, but it will be released to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. According to GameSpot, Ubisoft will reveal more details about the game at June's E3 2016 conference.
Alongside the trailer, Ubisoft announces the game's special editions.
First, there's a Deluxe Edition that contains three emblems, Huntsman rifle and motorbike, an XP booster and three character customization items. This edition costs $70.
The Gold edition, which costs $100, includes Seasons Pass content and the Deluxe pack. It also comes with exclusive digital contents like equipment packs, a vehicle, and epic weapons.
Lastly, there are three versions for the Collector's Edition: Standard ($120), Deluxe ($130), and Gold ($160. Each pack features a Santa Muerte figurine, cool items and collectible posters designed by Ken Taylor.
Interestingly, those who preorder the game will receive exclusive content. Early adaptors can get bonus mission called The Peruvian Connection where they have to embark on a daring mission in the mountains of Bolivia. Visit this link to preorder the game.