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Ghost Recon Wildlands Stealth Gameplay

Ghost Recon Wildlands Stealth Gameplay

Ghost Recon Wildlands Stealth Gameplay

Ghost Recon Wildlands Stealth Gameplay

 
When Ghost Recon: Wildlands was announced Ubisoft showed a lot of gameplay that series veterans were displeased with, showing plenty of action/crazy gameplay and none of the stealth and subtlety that the series is named after.  
 
Yesterday Ubisoft released some new gameplay for Ghost Recon Wildlands, showcasing some stealth based gameplay which is much more in-tune with the series' roots. In Wildlands Ubisoft says that they want to give players the choice to take both the silent and loud approaches to situations, with both being equally playable in the game. 
 
 
     Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands offers total freedom of choice in the way that you can complete your missions. For this new walkthrough demo, the Ghosts waited for nightfall in order to take a stealthy approach.
 
 
 

Ghost Recon Wildlands will be releasing on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on the 7th of March 2017.   

 

You can join the discussion on Ghost Recon Wildlands on the OC3D Forums

 

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04-10-2016, 11:56:55

demonking
not taking any notice. Ubisoft game do i need to say anymore?Quote

05-10-2016, 07:14:09

The_Governour
Was looking so good at the start, then like TRUE Ubisoft way and down graded graphics - added with a game at lauch filled with probable bugs.... then i think i will pass.Quote

07-10-2016, 07:51:05

demonking
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Originally Posted by The_Governour View Post
Was looking so good at the start, then like TRUE Ubisoft way and down graded graphics - added with a game at lauch filled with probable bugs.... then i think i will pass.
I was so hyped for the Diversion (deliberate typo btw) when it was first released at E3, this was pre watchdogs release though. then when i actually got to play the closed Alpha it was shocking. nothing like the game that it was hyped up 2 be. Ubisoft is probably the main reason i will never pre order a game again. There have been other titles that have assisted but a AAA games company should know better really.Quote
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