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About This Game

Create a team with up to 3 friends in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Wildlands and enjoy the ultimate military shooter experience set in a massive, dangerous, and responsive open world. You can also play PVP in 4v4 class-based, tactical fights: Ghost War.

In a near future, Bolivia has fallen into the hands of Santa Blanca, a merciless drug cartel who spread injustice and violence. Their objective: to create the biggest Narco-State in history.

Create and fully customize your Ghost, weapons, and gear. Enjoy a total freedom of playstyle. Lead your team and take down the cartel, either solo or with up to three friends.

Journey through Ubisoft’s largest action-adventure open world. Discover the stunning diverse landscapes of the Wildlands both on and off road, in the air, on land, and at sea with over 60 different vehicles.

Taking out the Santa Blanca Cartel becomes an even richer experience with Tobii Eye Tracking. Features like Extended View, Aim at Gaze and Communications Wheel let you use your natural eye movement to interact with the environment – without interrupting or modifying your traditional controls. Now armed with an extensive eye tracking feature set, team communication becomes more seamless, firefights become more intense and exploring your new surroundings becomes an even more immersive adventure.

Compatible with all Tobii Eye Tracking gaming devices.
Additional notes:
Eye tracking features available with Tobii Eye Tracking.
    • OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (64-bit versions only)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-2400S @ 2.5 GHz or AMD FX-4320 @ 4 GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX660 / AMD R9 270X (2GB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0 or better)
    • Storage: 50 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX-compatible using the latest drivers
    • Additional Notes: Game contains EasyAntiCheat (https://www.easyanticheat.net/) anti-cheat technology and Denuvo (https://www.denuvo.com/) anti-tamper technology.
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Liddle Acorn

Posted: May 7, 2018
If like me (late 40’s) you struggle with, or are fed up with multiplayer games containing little or no campaign content, then this is the game for you.
Open world, loads of side missions and content, so you can play at the pace you like. Graphics are fantastic.
Customisation is good. 25hrs in and only just scratched the surface.
This is one for the Dads out there.


Posted: April 10
Here’s the easiest way to put this.

Imagine The Division, but no bullet sponges, add vehicles and aircraft.

The game is squad focused, encourages stealth (sometimes requires it), is the highest tiers of play… being smart, tactical, and extremely accurate is highly important.

It’s a good game.


Posted: August 20, 2018
After playing for about 125 hours, i think its time to give my opinion about this game.

This game is fun at the beginning, but then, after a while it gets boring. The map is way too big and almost nothing to do except boring missions and side missions in which you have to do the same thing over and over; and when you finish the game, there is not much else to do unless you start a new game. The story is interesting but just like the missions, the dialogue and interaction between you and your AI teammates is a lot of rinse and repeat. The gameplay, soundtracks and graphics are good though.

Overall, i highly recommend playing this co-op because the game really shines and comes to life when you have friends to explore the world with, but solo is so boring.

Ocarina Of Jesus

Posted: September 17, 2018
EDIT: The issue with weapons was not fixed for me.

My friends and I played a good chunk of this game, but we mostly just gathered equipment instead of doing missions, though. We had A LOT of fun doing so, sneaking into bases and just running in guns blazing, etc.
But after I cleared all the weapon and attachment crates, the game still has locked weapons and certain attachments. This can be immediately solved by PAYING REAL MONEY TO UNLOCK WHAT THE GAME STATED CAN BE UNLOCKED BY EXPLORING!
Then the July 2018 update happened. Most of my weapons attachments (mainly magazines for guns) have magically been locked again, and the menu says to explore the regions I already "unlocked" these very things in.
Once again, this can be fixed BY BUYING THEM IN THE STORE FOR ACTUAL MONEY, which I refuse to do.
I have made a post about this in the Ubisoft support forums (which as of now the post is still there) and got a reply from a Ubisoft support team member stating that they know of this issue and it "is being investigated and worked on"
I CANNOT reccomend this game to anyone until this issue is fixed, as this has been an issue for 2 months now and nothing is being done. If it EVER gets resolved, then I’ll rescind my negative statements and recommend the game, as my friends and I really did have fun, but I shouldn’t have to be edged into paying money for things I had already earned.


Posted: June 5, 2018
90% of this game is extremely fun.

10% of it can be summarized with some excerpts from the Sam Fisher mission:




MISSION FAILED: YOU LEFT THE MISSION AREA [that you still weren’t in].


MISSION FAILED: TARGET KILLED [no one in your squad had weapons drawn].


[Restart game because some of your co-op team mates have their clocks de-synced from yours suddenly, and only one of you now has this mission].

The game is mostly solid, and mostly fun, but when it doesn’t work, it REALLY does not work. Enemies will randomly see you through multiple layers of concrete and metal, or drill you in the same centimeter ring on your head with a helicopter mounted minigun with zero wind-up time. The game will test you, and not always in a good way – your patience will definitely be pushed to the limit, and the immersion you feel for most of the game will stutter over and over again, as you become enraged at Ubisoft’s inability to code consistently (or in the case of the Sam Fisher mission or anything requiring you to not kill targets and suffer random failures because, from what I can only assume, someone off in another part of the world died of natural causes and because their loved ones were there to see them off, Ghost squad was detected).

One additional set of gripes is the notion of shared stealth – again, in another part of the world, a player does something to become detected – hundreds of kilometers to the east, suddenly an enemy base of a totally different faction is alerted to you, and suddenly sends pinpoint accurate mortars in your direction despite no one reasonably being able to even know you were there. FEELS GHOSTY.

I still recommend this game on sale, but it’ll make you consistently angry enough to not buy the DLC and to seriously reconsider putting money into future iterations of this or other Tom Clancy games, so take that for what it’s worth. These aren’t even difficult things to have considered (or fixed), so if you’re like me it will really give you pause when reaching for your wallet.

Gamer And Yeah

Posted: February 19
Heads up: if your GPU massively outperforms your CPU, like on my machine, turning the shadows UP may actually IMPROVE your framerate, presumably because it starts calculating them on the graphics card instead of the processor. If you’re having performance issues where your CPU is maxed out, like I was, give this a shot. Otherwise, it’s a fun shooty game lol

Advicado Alex

Posted: December 10, 2018
+ Gorgeous game. Seriously, the graphics make basic navigation and exploring fun.
+ No framerate / GPU issues. Game has run flawless for 133+ hours which seems unheardof for modern games.
+ Extensive weapon customization.
+ Weapon mechanics are fun to use and unique to each gun.
+ Immersive combat and environment.
+ Stealth and non-stealth gameplay are both rewarding.
+ Consistent development and updates to gameplay.
+ DLC is actually worth it.
+ Impressive colorblind mode options that ACTUALLY help.
+ Interesting storyline and lots of side content if you explore.
+ Has replayability. If you liked a mission or storyline, you can replay it as many times as you want.
+ Up to 4 player coop. This game is fun as hell to play through with one or more friends.

– Absolutely zero gore aside from blood stains…kills aren’t very satisfying or unique to what weapon you’re using (aside from shotguns maybe).
– Enemy AI aren’t very challenging or dynamic, even in TIER ONE mode. All they do is make the player more susceptible to damage.
– Teammate AI only really exist to revive you. If you do leave them enabled, they wander around in the open in the middle of enemy compounds and looks hilarious.
– Everyone else complains about repetativeness so I’ll put this here because it does exist, but that’s expected with a title from Ubisoft. It can be averted if the player changes their gameplay style throughout the campaign which keeps the game somewhat fresh. Doesn’t bother me though.
– Escort missions are annoying because the NPCs get stuck on random environment objects.
– Has microtransactions for weapons that cannot be unlocked through natural gameplay or progression.
– Interrogations are not interactive and feel extremely half-a$$ed. They should have implemented a similar system to splinter cell conviction. I want to beat the ever living $hit out of lieutenants/enemy informants, not give them a wet willy with my m9.



Posted: February 26, 2018
Someone described it as Tom Clancy’s Far Cry: Wildlands, and that’s about right … but for me that’s a GOOD thing. Although it’s similar to the Far Cry games, I find it more intense and suspenseful than any of them and the content is out of this world. It’s so immersive that I feel like I’m really in Bolivia and I MUST do the next mission or else. I really enjoy the excellent graphics, flying, assaulting against ridiculous odds, and obviously from the number of hours I’ve spent (almost all solo), I enjoy collecting everything and upgrading my character. Is it boring and repetitive? Not for me. I vary what missions I’m taking on so that I rarely encounter similar missions in the same session and anyway the settings are usually completely different. I apologize that I’m apparently not a hero gamer like some others here who find this game so "easy" and "boring."


Posted: November 12, 2018
Pretty good sandbox military game, but I would only buy it when it’s on sale.

Spinal Twitch

Posted: October 23, 2017
Having read all of the negative reviews, I decided to play the free weekend that came up recently. Like usual, the negatives were exaggerated. I am, at best, a mediocre player, but I found the driving to be ok, I found the stealth to be fantastic. Those Unidaad helicopters people keep griping about – simple solution, go to ground. Hide in bushes and undergrowth or a building. I have taken down super fortified areas just with the usual stealth like moves; patience and picking off enemies from a distance. I love this game. Found out recently that certain guns allow you to fire full auto or semi auto. Fantastic. I am using an assault rifle as a sniper gun now on short ranges. Makes less noise and is deadly.

And for those having graphical issues? Really? I play the game on high settings and my graphics card/PC is now about 4 generations old. I rarely get lag.

So I bought the game and I have not regretted it at all. I give it a good 8 or 9 out 10. Highly recommended to those who really love stealth and open world concepts.


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