'Ghost Recon: Wildlands' Release Date, Latest News and Update: Open World Map Revealed, with 21 Regions Having Its Own Unique Features

By Nathalie Fox, Parent Herald December 12, 04:50 am

It was reported that "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" will contain one of the biggest open worlds that Ubisoft has ever been created. This time, people will be allowed to find out about how big the world is.

According to Polygon, the map of "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" will be divided into 21 regions. Each region has its own special features like people, towns and waterways. Furthermore, it was reported that there will be 11 unique biomes which contain their own animals and climates.

Technical art director Benoit Martinez said that his team has a full agenda for "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" that is why the characters really live in the world. Just like what the normal people do every day, he further said that they also go to bed, get up and work. They have their own life and they have their own daily routine whether or not players will interact with them.

Images of the Wildland's map are also revealed in Polygon. The features of the game are also disclosed. According to Gamespot, the setting of the game will be in Bolivia and it is set a few years from now. Players should fight and take down the enemies- that of a drug cartel.

"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" could be played in a single-player mode. But, there is a four player co-op that will allow three others to play the game. Ubisoft said that players are given a total freedom that is why they have the discretion on how they could accomplish their missions. They could control how they want to play the game and watch how the world reacts from their actions. That is what makes another element of the game which is very exciting- open ended.

"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" will be launched on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on March 7, 2017. It was also announced that before it will launch, a beta will be held for the game.

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