Ghost Recon Wildlands is the 10th instalment in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon franchise. It’s an open-world tactical shooter video game developed by Ubisoft Paris. The game is set in Bolivia, which has become increasingly unstable a the Santa Blanca drug cartel gains more power and influence to the point where Bolivia has become the world’s largest producer of cocaine.
DEA agent Ricky Sandoval is kidnapped and tortured by Santa Blanca. As a result, the United States Army dispatches an elite Special operations unit called “The Ghosts” to destroy the cartel and reveal the connection between Santa Blanca and the local government.
Ghost Recon Wildlands casts players as a member of the Ghosts, an elite unit of special forces, who infiltrate Bolivia to destabilise a vicious drug cartel.
Reviews have called the game “fun and satisfying to play”. The level of difficulty is also high and forward planning and tactics are encouraged.
Firearms have a good impact, making them feel powerful.
Why Ghost Recon Wildlands is better than expected:
Firearms in the game have a good impact, making them feel powerful. Gameplay is refined while the multiplayer experience is more fun. Players can strategically coordinate with their teammates to accomplish missions. All firearms in the game are also fully customisable, so weapons and gear can be upgraded whenever you choose.
The game also comes with a lot of custom options and it also provides more freedom for how you can tackle missions. Players get to go behind enemy lines in Ghost Recon Wildlands. They get to do this as a member of The Ghosts, a legendary US elite Special Operations team, while creating chaos that will destabilise an eventually break the alliance between the Santa Blanca Cartel and the corrupt government. The system for building your own Ghost is quite robust.
The Open Beta version of the game ended on February 27th, with more than 6.8 million unique players participating.
A better version of the game will launch later in March and will see a big update in performance.