Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is perhaps one of the most unique and ambitious projects that Ubisoft has undertaken in quite a long time. And that is made only more obvious by the massive open world that the developers have painstakingly crafted for the game.
This information comes courtesy of Polygon, who managed to get an in-depth look at the game at Ubisoft’s headquarters in France. The map seen below, is a massive recreation of the whole of Bolivia, including locations such as the Yungas Road (Road of Death) and the Laguna Colorada (Red Lagoon).
The world is divided into 21 unique regions, each with it’s own towns, villages and civilians. Each of these regions are then spread into 11 different biomes, each of which will feature their own climate, landscape and plant and animal life. The topography will range all the way from mountain ranges to swamps.
The premise of the game is set in Bolivia, which has become increasingly dangerous and unstable due to the Santa Blanca drug cartel and their growing cocaine production operations. Players will take on the role of “Ghosts,” a special operations unit of the United States Army that has been sent in to reveal the connections between the cartel and the local government.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is set for release on 7th March, 2017 for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and the PC. The game is also slated to receive an open beta soon.