In case you don’t have anyone else to play with at the time, you can go to Bolivia alone.
Ubisoft now focuses on the single-player aspect of the game, and they even made some developer commentary for this video: Lead Game Designer Dominic Butler is talking about the events below our article.
In this mission, the Ghosts have to steal a Bible from the leader of the cartel, El Sueno. (That’s a unique way to expand the gameplay…) The reason why this book is the target is that El Sueno might get angry enough to make a mistake.
In the video, we can see how the three AI controlled players work. With the help of a menu, we can give them orders, as well as request an air strike, a vehicle drop or a diversion, too.
21 provinces, each with multiple types of missions, which you can complete in several ways. With leveling up, we can get even an explosive drone: after looking around the mission area, we can fly right up to some enemies and explode in their faces.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands launches on March 7 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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