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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands

Rating Summary

Based on 130 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

41%

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General Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Mar 7, 2017
Xbox OneMar 7, 2017
PCMar 7, 2017

Publisher: Ubisoft

Genre: First-Person Shooter

Experience total freedom of choice in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, the ultimate military shooter set in a massive open world setting. The Santa Blanca drug cartel has transformed the beautiful South American country of Bolivia into a perilous narco-state, leading to lawlessness, fear, and rampant violence. With their corrosive influence growing, the cartel plagues the citizens of Bolivia but all hope is not lost. The Ghosts, an elite US Special Forces team, are tasked to combat the cartel and save the country from collapse. You decide how to play, and every decision affects the world around you.

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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands Reviews

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IGN

7.9 / 10.0
IGN

This huge, wide-open shooter constantly shows its flaws in its mission variety and vehicle physics, but its strong, sandbox-style gameplay and seamless co-op kept me coming back for more madness. If you must repeat experiences over and over, you could far worse than helicopter chases, assassination missions, or drug busts gone wildly wrong.

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Not worth it as a solo adventure. In co-op, Wildlands is an enjoyable stealth romp that too often gets in its own way.

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Eurogamer

No Recommendation / Blank
Eurogamer

Beautiful yet callous, Wildlands is a serviceable open worlder with strong co-op that doesn't quite put the Ghosts back on the map.

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A stunning open world, brutal combat, and deep customization combine to bring Ghost Recon roaring back from the dead.

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