A new trailer for Ubisoft’s upcoming Ghost Recon Wildlands was released today. Check out the trailer below:
The trailer shows a black-ops squadron romping through various exotic locations throughout the world, from snow-covered mountains to arid deserts. These must be the titular “Wildlands.”
The montage moves quickly and seems to provide more of an overview of the game’s aesthetic and gameplay breadth than anything else. We’re also shown a wide range of vehicles, which probably means this game will feature some kind of vehicular combat. It’s becoming clear that this isn’t your dad’s Ghost Recon. Gone are the days of simply crawling around the hillside in a Ghillie Suit, waiting patiently for enemies to make a move. Ghost Recon Wildlands is the first truly open-world Ghost Recon experience, and if this trailer is any indication, there’s going to be a whole lot to do.
A narrator, likely a U.S. Marine, speaks to the work of the black-ops squad: “We are strangers, far away from home… We are judges, deciding who will live, and who will die.”
This is the first we’ve heard about the game since last year’s E3 —so it’s good to get some proof that the game is still on track for an eventual release.
The exact timing of that release isn’t clear. That said, Ubisoft did provide details about pricing for different versions of the game, which means it’s likely to come out sometime this year. Three versions of the game were announced:
- Standard Edition – $59.99 – This is the base game.
- Deluxe Edition – $69.99 – This version includes the Standard Edition and the digital Deluxe Pack, which features a bunch of additional content, including weapons, emblems, and suits of camouflage. It also includes an XP booster.
- Gold Edition – $99.99 – The Gold Edition includes everything from the Deluxe Edition, as well as a Season Pass. There are also a few additional in-game bonuses.
- Collector’s Edition – $119.99-$159.99 – There are three versions of the collector’s edition. It includes the edition of your choosing (Standard, Gold, or Deluxe) as well as a collectible figurine and poster.
We expect to see more of the game at this year’s E3. Check out the game’s release trailer from last year’s show: