Nouredine Abboud, senior producer of the game, and Eric Couzian, creative director on the title at Ubisoft , showed off the game .

In gameplay footage, characters pilot boats, motorcycles, helicopters, and all-terrain vehicles across a variety of settings including mountains, swamps, and villages. Ghost Recon puts the emphasis on reconnaissance. Characters tag potential enemies, monitor villains with a sniper rifle, and can use a tactical drone.

There are a variety of weapons available and the environment objects are partially destroy-able .

The player is part of a US Special Forces team sent into not-so-distant-future Bolivia to “wreak havoc and takedown a drug cartel.” At the end of the trailer, the game nods at a possible massive-multiplayer , highlighting player avatars across the game’s map. The view then pulls out further, highlighting South America, Europe, and North America. Suggesting that the game will be set on these continents .


“This is a refreshing new direction,” Abboud said. “You can play it co-op up to four players. It is the largest action adventure world we have ever made.”

It has nine full environments from all around the world, and you can travel in vehicles over the land, air, and sea.

“It’s an authentic world, living and breathing,” Abboud said. “You will be given total freedom of choice. There is no script at all. The missions have a non-linear story. Every player will have a different experience.”

But your actions will have consequences, and once you make choices, you will set certain events in motion.

“We wanted to make the world as real as possible,” Couzian said. “We sent the team to Bolivia for two weeks.”

Each enemy has their own back story, personal life, and faction allegiance. Every environment in the game has its own weather system and day-night cycle.

“We’ll have spectacular emergent game play,” Couzian promised.


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