20 minutes of Ghost Recon: Wildlands takes you through a single-player mission start to finish

Ghost Recon: Wildlands takes the strategic, squad-based shooter out of the futuristic setting as seen in recent entries and into the open world of cartel-infested Bolivia. It's quite the change to make, and you may be wondering how it impacts the feel of the game. Well lucky you, Ubisoft has released 20 minutes of gameplay footage from the single-player campaign so you can see what Wildlands is all about:

Ubisoft has quite a few open world franchises at this point, including Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, Watch Dogs, even The Crew. So adding another onto the pile might not inspire much confidence. But so long as Wildlands feels distinct, methodical, and strategic like the previous games in the series, I think fans will be pleased.

It won't be long until we find out what players think, since Wildlands is currently slated for a worldwide release on March 7.

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