Recent news and update pertaining to "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands" centers on the new teaser released on the block. The teaser short film illuminates some notions that the other game platforms should consider improving their gaming platform and among those is "Fallout 4."
A strong shot for the other gaming platforms as the new "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands" released its new teaser video. Considering the past trailers formerly released, the new one looks promising and enthralling in its own enigmatic way.
Moreover, Ubisoft has announced a live-action film set in the world of its new open-world title "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands and the story will highlight the game's Santa Blanca drug cartel and has been produced by Roberto Orci, who wrote the screenplay for "tar Trek, Transformers," and "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," according to Gamespot.
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It also stars the rapper and actor TI in the role of Marcus, a Santa Blanca member and the 30-minute short will premiere on Twitch on February 16 and will be made available on Amazon Prime video immediately afterwards, reports the same post.
#GhostReconWildlands gets skydiving footage. https://t.co/EqCMU7EhEm pic.twitter.com/I9oBNbpJHD — ICXM․net (@XboxMAD) January 9, 2017
Meanwhile, a separate report from Dual Shockers conveyed that the game is expected for launching by March 6 of this year. The new teaser is also anticipated to bring about new challenges and better gameplay.
As for the claims that "Fallout 4" might be in a hurdle owing to the strong standing of "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands," that notion has no credible details and should be taken with a grain of salt in mind.