Teaming up with friends and taking down cartels throughout a sprawling open world is one of the biggest appeals of Ghost Recon: Wildlands, but Ubisoft are keen to stress that the game can be equally enjoyed by those who prefer to play solo, as the new gameplay footage shows.
While the AI will adapt to your playstyle, a command wheel offers some control over their behaviour, allowing players to issue simple orders including regroup, hold position, go to a location or open fire.
Wildlands’ Lead Game Designer, Dominic Butler, offers up some commentary as a member of the development team attempts to infiltrate an enemy base, giving us a detailed look at some of the game’s other key features, such as dynamic weather, targeting high value targets for enemy intel, player customisation and how cartels can be turned against each other.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands is out 7 March on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. A beta will take place ahead of the game’s release, which you can sign up for here.
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