Ubisoft's big March action game, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, continues the tradition of heavily armed, team-based action established by its forebears.
Near-future military survivalist excursion Tom Clancy's The Division became a big success for Ubisoft in 2016, and the franchise is back in 2017 with Ghost Recon Wildlands.
Swapping snowy New York for sunny South America, Ghost Recon Wildlands leans in on squad-based raids as players are invited to become highly trained military operatives tasked with taking down a powerful drug cartel.
Releasing March 7 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PCs, Ghost Recon Wildlands has caused some concern among government officials in Bolivia, where the game is set. In response, French-headquartered publisher Ubisoft chose to emphasise the country's "magnificent landscapes and rich culture," distancing other aspects of the game from current day Bolivia.— AFP Relaxnews
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