Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier:: Raven Strike Map Pack
Three new Campaign missions for an extended solo experience. Inserted in Russia and Kazakhstan, the Ghost must take part to one of their most classified mission.
"Secure Dawn": A plane transporting a highly valuable VIP has been shot down over a forested area next to the Russian border. A distress beacon has been received. The Ghosts deploy to find the VIP and safely extract him.
"Cold Walker": High Command tracked a Raven Rock mobile command center inside a train depot, deep in the heart of Russia. The Ghosts are deployed to locate and acquire precious intel assets.
"Argent Thunder": Bodark Officers are on the loose in the city of Moscow. The Ghosts are sent out to eliminate 4 Raven Rock VIPs trying to trigger a nationalist uprising in the city.
New Guerrilla map: "Sawmill". Rising fog can turn the dense woods and open areas of this timber camp into a deathtrap.
I must say this was great!DanielZo0 | June 11, 2013 | See all DanielZo0's reviews »
was worried whether to play this or send it back without opening it after reading all the negative comments. In the end, I decided to at least give it a chance and I'm glad I did. Things I like: Gunsmith, I love the gun customisation. I haven't unlocked much, but theres lots to choose from and plenty of camos to give your weapon a unique look. I was most concerned about the graphics, but I'm pleased to say in DX11 maxed out I really quite like them. The environments are detailed, debris, graffiti on walls. The textures look crisp. I've only played the campaign so far and I'm having a lot of fun with it. Ok, so the negative. I've listened to the advice and am playing version 1.0. I've read about the disaster that is patch 1.2 and avoided it. This means I can't yet play multiplayer (so this game clearly was rushed out). The controls are ok. Clearly from a console, but I've tweaked the mouse sensitivity to my liking and remapped the scope to RMB. I struggled at first with performance. I have everything maxed in DX11 on a 4ghz 2500k and 560ti. I struggled to get a steady 60fps. However, I found that adding launcher and GR.exe to nvidia control panel and selecting AFR2 allowed me to use SLI quite successfully and now its really fluid. The single player is a bit linear and I'm not a fan of story telling anyway, so a bit more shooty and less talky would have been better for me. In conclusion, I believe if you liked R6 Vegas like you'll really like this. I love the cover system (holding shift moves you to the next context sensitive cover). I haven't experience any bugs (yet!) and haven't had any problems at all with the game so far.