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Check out the wildly explosive Ghost Recon Wildlands launch trailer

We're just a day away from the March 7 release of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, and you know what that means: it's launch trailer time. In its final trailer ahead launch, Ubisoft shows off just a taste of the action you can expect. And yes, things get explosive. Check it out below:

To recap, Wildlands takes place in a future, fictional version of Bolivia where you'll work to combat the Santa Blanca drug cartel. You can team up with other players as the story unfolds over a huge open-world map. If you're into solo or co-op open-world games, Wildlands looks like it'll offer up a good time.

Ghost Recon Wildlands will release on Xbox One, PC and Playstation 4 tomorrow, March 7. If you're eager to jump in right away, you can pre-order and pre-load the game now as well.

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16 Comments
  • Preordered this game. Looks bad ass. Can't wait to play it
  • No idea why someone downvoted this. Have an upvote, buddy!
  • because the game itself is mediocore 2,5/5 very poor optimazation, repetetive missions and you will be bored to death afer 1h. if you play alone... didnt mention the horrible driving model and physics. The game will be dead after 6months. Not worth the full price, even a 80% price drop is not enough
  • Consiering this game really is just like a singe player experience, 6-months is a long time.  This isn't like the division which is essentially an MMO.  
  • As usual, he doesn't know what he's talking about.
  • what? This is clearly a multiplayer game. If you use only the AI then... you will be bored to death check reviews if you dont believe me :)) btw: i have been part of the closed and open beta so yes, I do know what is it about and whats the problem with it. Even if you are a fan of Ubi you must admit that the physics and driving model is a piece of **** :))
  • I ALWAYS DO THIS! I get excited about a game so I preorder it. The trouble is I have limited play time and once the new game shows up, I never go back to finish my old ones. I think I have a problem...
  • That's my exact problem
  • I 2nd this problem :-(
  • Finish your game and then buy it later, its not going anywhere.  probably will get it cheaper later on.  Unless you are getting the game for really cheap, there is no reason to preorder
  • And by the time I finish all the games on my shelf that are half finished (one isn't even started yet, but with good reason), the next console iteration BEYOND Scorpio will have come out. It seriously takes me forever to make any progress in a game when I only have a few free minutes here and there to play. There are so many other games that have come and gone that I want to play too, I just don't have the time. I think the one thing that interested me the most about this game is that it's open world. I can take it in little bites and chunks. I don't have to sit down for an hour just to run through an entire mission or quest like you do in a campaign style game that doesn't have a quicksave mechanic.
  • Haha I'm the same!
  • Hmmm this or Zelda on Switch....
  • both are horrible choices. Zelda has very bad FPS drops right now, not worth the price... switch neither
  • Get a second hand Wii-U and Zelda for that. Much cheaper than the switch and same resolution as handheld mode.
  • so this is another clone of division and seige and battlefront and overwatch, etc