Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is a co-op tactical shooter, set in a massive and responsive open world
In the game you play as a a member of a small and elite military unit tasked with heading into Bolivia to dismantle and destroy a powerful drugs cartel. In the game you get to choose how you play – either going in loud with guns blazing or taking a more stealthy approach. One of the key features of Wildlands is that the open-world is responsive, meaning that the order you tackle missions – and the way you tackle them – matters. Things might pop up unexpectedly as a result of your actions and this might in turn help or hinder you in your mission to stem the flow of Bolivian cocaine.
You can play either by yourself or with up to three friends, traversing Bolivia using cars, planes and other vehicles. The size of the world is unprecedented in tactical shooters. The map reflects the geography of Bolivia meaning you can explore areas ranging from mountains to salt flats to hundreds of villages. The game also features a dynamic weather system and day/night cycle, which will affect your missions. It might be easier to stay hidden at night, but it’ll also be harder for you to spot your targets.
Wildlands introduces some interesting new mechanics. You can use a drone to tag targets and then you can synchronise your kill-shots with the other members of your squad to take down your enemies simultaneously.