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Large, varied, beautiful environment and weather effects with four player co-op. A large number of missions, though the side activities and tagging supplies get old fast and unless you are playing through the entire thing with three friends it is likely to long overstay its welcome. Having to find weapons and accessories is a terrible feature, you will likely have a situation where you will find multiple sniper rifles without finding a scope to put on them and then find yourself relying on the custom weapons you get from the ending missions to each province. Terrible cover system that will change what shoulder you are aiming from almost anytime you pass by an obstacle, often making close combat more difficult than it has to be. Annoying stupid awful characters with some of the worst dialogue and conversations between characters I've ever heard, which I suppose is fitting for their job, the only positive thing I can give the writing is having an ending that is basically just saying America made the country worse than before. Sudden fights interrupting radio conversations and having a character say to wait and then continue is a great feature, it's unfortunate that I usually don't want to hear them talk and that many of the conversations are missing and intel is likely to be skipped if you are playing co-op. If you have three friends that want to play through the game with you then the game can be worth it but alone it is mostly just average in every area, with a a nice environment and a few poor decisions thrown in.
I use the words perfect game in the title of my review, because it is a game that has an amazing graphic section without a doubt. The gameplay is quite good and easy to understand and has a great variety. I did not know that this game existed I did not see any trailer or anything to prove it myself and it is certainly one of the best experiences, it is a really enjoyable game, I recommend it.
The game has good mechanics, huge open world and a straightforward but interesting story. Single player is awful. You don't have much options to command your team and this often makes you feel you are playing solo, not with a team. The game at this moment has very little players that are low level and it makes it impossible to find someone at the same zone as you. There are no options to see public games and the only thing you can do is click a button and wait to be teleported to some random player at a zone 5km away from you. So if you have a friend or two to play the game with, it will be a great experience. "Shelved" for now since I don't have friends who have the game to play with.
Ghost Recon Wildlands is a really cool game, you don't need the DLCs. If you want a super realistic Hardcore Shooter you are probably at the wrong place (even though you can make the game really hard and realistic). But if you just want a shooter with customizable difficulty settings, cool gameplay and a wonderful map Ghost Recon Wildlands is probably worth it. Personaly I didn't have too many glitches and they were more funny than irritating.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands is equal parts new approach to a storied franchise and familiar and well-trod open world systems. While it doesn't break a great deal of new ground for the genre, when played with friends this cooperative open-world game can be an amazing amount of fun. Those moments are tempered by technical mishaps and inconsistencies that can be patched, but as a result, this launch ride is going to have some technical potholes that put a damper on an otherwise excellent experience.
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