The Narco Road expansion in Ghost Recon: Wildlands will see players work their way through a new slice of the cartels: Their smuggling rings. Led by El Invisible (Spanish for The Invisible I think, much like El Nino is Mexican for “The Nino”), players will have to infiltrate their way up the crime food chain and eliminate three bosses.
Ubisoft’s next mobile game is Shadowbreak, a sniping experience that the publisher describes as being a “real-time multiplayer sniper shooter” with tactical objectives that unfold across three minute matches as players deploy troops against enemies.
The Wildlands do shine here when you stop to smell the coca leaves. Combined with the weather effects and a gameplay narrative that tasks you with actually exploring the country, Ghost Recon: Wildlands is one of the best environments I’ve ever stepped into. And I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of exploring it.
We’ve got a super Ghost Recon Wildlands hamper that includes a copy of the game on PS4 or Xbox One, plus a bunch more – including one of those gorgeous and grim Fallen Angel Collectibles. And here’s the winner.
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