Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands
When you’re a covert agent sent to a country with huge ties to the drug trade there’s only one thing for you to do. Clearly, the United States government wants to bring the entire drug empire crashing down on the heads of those who used it to amass as much wealth and blood on their hands as possible. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands sends players to Bolivia. You can guess what happens next.
The game’s publisher, Ubisoft, is calling the world of Ghost Recon Wildlands the biggest it has ever created. A major drug enterprise is starting to establish links outside of the country. Players are sent in to deal the cartel a deathblow. The US government wants to put an end to their sphere of influence before things get out of hand.
Ubisoft Paris has packed in character customization and open-world mechanics for this game. The games life-like day & night cycle, plus weather will add an interesting dynamic to Bolivia. How you complete objectives is completely up to you. So is how you get there, though parachuting out the back of a plane sounds the most interesting way to make an entrance.
Taking down drug cartels by any means necessary.
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