Ubisoft has released a lengthy new trailer for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands, showcasing 12 minutes of incredible stealth gameplay in which a team of four capture a Bolivian cartel boss.
The games developer says the video shows a new way of completing the "El Pozolero" mission it first unveiled at E3 (you can watch that down below if you missed it first time around,) and shows just how creative you can be in the game's open world.
In the "El Pozolero" mission, the team has to infiltrate an cartel outpost, capture the bad guy, and make it out alive. The goal is the same this time around, but now Ubisoft want to show us a stealthier side of the game's action.
Running just over 12 minutes in length, the clip shows the team adopt a classic trojan horse strategy to capture a delivery truck, before driving straight into the enemy outpost where the target is located. It also shows how rebels can be freed to create a distraction, the use of drones, and the importance of good communication with your teammates. Check it out above.
Wildlands is set for release on March 7 or PS4, Xbox One, and PC. See the first gameplay trailer from E3 below.
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