Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands gameplay at E3 2016

Brodie Fogg 14 June 2016

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Ubisoft showcases a tactical extraction mission in Ghost Recon: Wildlands.

The demo starts with a lone soldier "keeping it stealthy" in an enemy encampment to retrieve some intel on a high-value target - a particularly sordid type who melts bodies in barrels. After retrieving the goods and taking out a few enemies, the lone soldier calls in a jeep. His teammate does one better and brings a helicopter to the fray.

Next up, we skip from one Ghost to another, each approaching the target from a different angle - some are on foot, some are in vehicles. The Ghosts converse with each other, discussing the mission at hand and while it's a little "bro-heavy", the dialogue is refreshingly genuine in parts.

When we reach the target's camp, each team member surveys from a different vantage point. The world, so far, is huge and the stealth approach is reminiscent of Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes. Though, Snake never had a UAV to help him scout the area and tag enemies.

Things quickly turn sour when the team is figured out and an exciting chase ensues with team members in cars, motorbikes and helicopters.

"That was a tough one," a goofy soldier remarks as the mission wraps up.

Keynotes for E3 2016 will continue throughout the week. Our complete guide to E3 keynote streams will show you when you can watch live streams of all those keynotes in Australian time.

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