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E3 2015: Ubisoft in surprise announcement with "massive open world" of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands
A last-minute reveal by Ubisoft announces Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands which has the elite unit focusing on the narcotic empire across Bolivia. It's a military shooter set in a "massive and responsive open world".
It can be played in four-player co-op or solo on PC and console. The Santa Blanca drug cartel is our target which has turned Bolivia into a 'narco-state' with rampant lawlessness. We're there to correct that.
By the end of next month the matchmaking services of GameSpy, and that means a number of PC titles won't function properly or at all online. Exactly how far-reaching is the GameSpy service?
Reddit has put together a doomsday list that includes the likes of Halo, Star Wars: Battlefront, Stronghold, the Battlefield series, Crysis, Tom Clancy titles and Quake.
Two years after their closure, the founders of GRIN, best known for developing Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter for the PC, blames Square-Enix for their demise. Co-founders Ulf and Bo Andersson stated Square-Enix not only made ridiculous demands of the firm, but it also reneged on $20 million contract for an unreleased Final Fantasy spin-off game which was codenamed Fortress, while demanding GRIN fax it the game’s code and music files.
Look out Hollywood because Ubisoft is ready to swagger into town with their fancy blockbuster selling videogame franchises like Assassin's Creed.
The other two big name IPs looking for some silver screen time are Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon and Splinter Cell. Tinsel town talent is very interested they say.
A survey from publisher Ubisoft asked "what is the most important factor" that'll convince you to go watch a movie based on the Ghost Recon series.
It also asked the same of the Assassin's Creed franchise, which has sort of cheated a bit considering it already has a short movie under its belt.