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Video: Ghost Recon: Wildlands goes open-world

Ubisoft closed out its E3 press conference with the reveal of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands, and it didn’t disappoint.

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Wildlands is an open-world squad-based third-person shooter being developed by Ubisoft Paris. You can play solo or with three friends online. Ubisoft calls it the “largest open world action-adventure game to date.”

The game is set in and around Bolivia, where you will explore hundreds of villages and landmarks populating the entire country in one of the many on and off-road vehicles available within the game.

The gameplay demo below reveals multiple paths to a mission, where you can complete the mission stealthily, go with a long-range option, or go all guns blazing and ambush the enemy.

The trailer did end with a shot of multiple locations across the world, indicating some missions may require globetrotting, but the storyline seems to unfold more around Bolivia and the illegal drugs operations there.

The game will release on PC, Xbox One and PS4, but no release date is still mentioned.

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