Ubisoft has released a new lengthy trailer for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands, in which a group of four Ghost agents captures a Bolivian cartel boss.
In the new Stealth Takedown trailer, we revisit the same scenario presented at E3 2016. The Ghost Recon team take to the Wildlands to deal with El Pozolero, aka “The Stew Maker,” but on this occasion, they do it far more quietly.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands will have a full day and night cycle partnered with dynamic weather conditions. Traditionally, players will find it much easier to scamper through the rocky terrain at night, especially within the safety of a sandstorm.
The walkthrough may be stealthier, but the Ghosts are eliminating their enemies just as mercilessly as before. The “sync shot” is particularly devastating, allowing players to designate targets for other Ghost members to execute.
The team adopts a classic Trojan horse strategy to capture a delivery truck, before driving directly into the enemy outpost in hopes of capturing the head honcho, El Pozolero.
Various new gameplay features are showcased in the twelve-minute trailer, including freeing captured rebels to create a distraction and the use of drones. As with most Tom Clancy games, the importance of good communication is demonstrated regularly in the trailer.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands is set for release on March 7 or PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
See the first Wildlands gameplay demo from E3 below: