Ghost Recon Wildlands is Ubisoft's upcoming open world tactical shooter where you'll get to join an elite special operations unit in order to take down a rather well entrenched drug cartel. Given the focus on team-based tactics and open-ended missions it should be no surprise to hear that Ghost Recon Wildlands is primarily a multiplayer focused game, but it does bring with it a singleplayer mode where you get to roam the land alongside three (hopefully useful) AI partners.
So if you're interested in seeing what Ghost Recon Wildlands might look like in singleplayer, and if you're wondering whether your AI teammates are a bunch of blithering idiots, you should check out the recently posted developer walkthrough. There are some very minor spoilers in the video, but let's be perfectly honest, you're probably not getting Ghost Recon Wildlands for its deep and complex narrative. Anyway, here's the video:
Now that you've seen how a mission is taken care of in singleplayer, allow me to show you a different video that showcases the multiplayer approach. It is a stealth mission, however, so don't expect much in terms of straight up action, but there is still plenty of exciting moments to behold. You'll find the multiplayer preview by heading over here.
Ghost Recon Wildlands will be arriving this March 7th, but if you would like to give it a try ahead of schedule you can sign up for the closed beta and see how far your luck will take you. Simply head on over to the official website, create or log in with your Ubisoft account, and that's pretty much it. Good luck with the beta key!