Ghost Recon’s Future Tech Creeps Into Multiplayer
Amid the flurry of shooters that are set to launch within a year, a few top-developers are certainly competing for your time to rack up kill counts on their servers. Aside from the favored titles, such as the Call of Duty and Battlefield franchises, Ubisoft is also aiming to take command on the multiplayer field with their upcoming Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.
In Ubisoft’s latest trailer, they demonstrate just how hectic a future warfare can play out online. Ghost Recon’s signature of over-the-shoulder camera angles will allow players to take advantage of traditional duck and cover techniques. Camera shaking will also give you an uneasy feeling as your enemy begins to lay cover fire on you. So if hiding behind cover doesn’t fool your nemesis, players can don the Predator-esque optical camo for easy retreats or nasty stealth kills.
Watch the video below as Ubisoft’s creative director, Tommy Jacob, walks you through the multiplayer debris field of Future Solder, currently slated for a release in March 2012.