Live Action Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Video Is Tech-tastic

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Want to see a really awesome trailer? You do? Well then watch this because it’s friggin’ awesome.

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is the next chapter in the Ghost Recon series and from the looks of this video, the tech is going to be seriously awesome.

The video is filmed in live action with real actors and some really great special effects. If the game is anything like what they are showing in this video, you can already consider me sold.

Hit the jump for the video, you won’t want to miss it.

Press release with more information about the people who made the trailer is under the video.

Johannesburg, South Africa – March 26th 2010 – Megarom Interactive (Pty) Ltd., South Africa’s leading importer and distributor of interactive video games, today announced that The official trailer for Tom Clancyâ„¢’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldierâ„¢ is available now for immediate posting.

Directed by Ben Mor of Little Minx, a company of Ridley Scott and Associates, was created in collaboration with visual effects creators Asylum, who are known for its high-caliber work on Terminator Salvation. The live-action video game trailer marks the highly anticipated return of the elite Ghosts with a visceral and immersive experience that showcases the explosive action of future warfare.

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Illustrating the realism that the Ghost Recon brand is known for, the ”Future War” trailer features the Ghosts on the hunt for a wanted war criminal in Moscow. Using weapons and advanced technology based on real-world military prototypes in research and development today, and which fans will soon be able to experience directly in the game, the Ghosts strike down an entire army before vanishing from sight.

Separately, Oscar winners Hervé de Crécy and François Alaux of Little Minx, a company of Ridley Scott and Associates, are working with Ubisoft on a short film based on the Ghost Recon brand arriving later this year.

Last Updated: March 29, 2010

Nick De Bruyne

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