‘Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ Latest News & Trailer: Violent Gameplay Showcases Cooperative Skydiving Mission [Video]By Staff Writer, UniversityHerald Reporter
A not-so-subtle skydiving operation may be a compromising way to extract a target in Ubisoft's "Ghost Recon: Wildlands." The operation, however, was showcased in a new gameplay trailer, though it requires cooperation between players.
In the new "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" video, two players were seen bringing down guards, while a third player jumps from a helicopter and hurtles towards the ceiling of a warehouse. This mission isn't exactly stealthy, so expect violence and chaos to erupt.
Throats are slashed, things exploded and gun fires ensue as the enemy's base was infiltrated, with capturing the target quickly as the main goal. The whole mission got done in just one minute, with the Ghosts escaping the target using the same chopper. Watch the violent "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" gameplay below.
The new "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" gameplay also showed that players have an arsenal of weapons, tools and vehicles at their disposal for a mission. Players can destroy camps with a combination of distraction, tactical abilities and stolen vehicles, according to Game Rant.
Just last week, a cinematic trailer named "The Red Dot Live" for "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" was released. The clip didn't shy away from violence, though it also featured a cute lifelike cat chasing a red dot from a sniper's gun. Watch the trailer here.
Another "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" gameplay revealed three months ago showed the Ghosts targeting a camp at nighttime. Enemies were taken down using silenced weapons. The Ghosts also cut off the camp's electricity to blindside its defenders and make fighting back difficult.
Once again, the gameplay mentioned above relied heavily on cooperation between the Ghosts. One team member created an exit strategy and another stood guard from a nearby cliff.
The third Ghost extracted the target and the fourth created the diversion (the camp's electricity). Diversion grenades were also deployed alongside a campsite delivery truck that the Ghosts used to infiltrate the camp, according to a separate report from Game Rant.
"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" allows players to customize their characters' guns, clothing, gender and load out. In this game, Ubisoft aims to provide players the freedom on how to tackle a mission instead of laying out a specific path for gamers.
"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" has a March 7 launch date on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. What do you think of the latest gameplay? Sound off in the comments section below!
The Ghosts can have access to more than 50 different weapons, each of them being fully customizable. pic.twitter.com/hkS2iCnzmh
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