Nov 29, 2016 06:20 AM EST

‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Featurette, News & Updates: New Trailer Shows More Realistic Approach to Gamers

The latest trailer of the "Ghost Recon Wildlands" features a comprehensive version of the game which allows its players to select random missions according to their personal preference, as well as how to perform and finish such missions. However, players are still puzzled to how they are going to select their own order of missions without compromising the original storyline of the game.

Before the launch of the teaser, Ubisoft announced that it will organize a number of Alpha as well as Beta trials of the game. Moreover, "Ghost Recon Wildlands" will also show how it differs from the other open world formulas which are being used by Ubisoft during the previous years. The trailer also shows the meaning of 'Freedom of Choice' in the "Ghost Recon Wildlands".

Game N Guide reported that it was Eric Couzian (Creative Director) and Laurent Fischer who hosted the video discussing the improved version of of the game where gamers can choose and customize their own character and perform their pre-selected missions. It was also revealed to the gamers that "Ghost Recon Wildlands" displayed scenes from the plains of Bolivia, action scenes, and few costumes and armors that will appear and be used in the game. Players have to adapt and survive in the game as if they were in real life.

According to Ubisoft, the development team considers that the most thrilling sensation you can feel in your entire life is to endure the circumstances where your ability to adapt is required and your ability to invent is crucial to survival. The player's development in the situations in the game will depend on his decision-makings which can definitely change every time he plays. This approach will make the players go throughout the game the same way they will do in real life.

On March 7, 2016, "Ghost Recon Wildlands" will be released on PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One. For more news and updates on the upcoming video game releases, check out Jobs & Hire.

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