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20 minutes of Ghost Recon Wildlands single-player footage

I Clancy you.

There's a new Ghost Recon game just around the corner - Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. Hasn't exactly been shouting and hollering has it?

But here's a new video showing 20 minutes of single-player mission footage no less, narrated by lead game designer Dominic Butler. The last time we publicly saw Ghost Recon Wildlands was at E3 2016. We played it recently, though, and will have coverage for you shortly.

Today's video footage shows a helicopter mission to a ramshackle jungle village, which the player and squad infiltrate in classic Ghost Recon tactical fashion, all gadgets and gizmos and funny hand gestures.

Ghost Recon Wildlands comes out on PC, PS4 and Xbox One 7th March. There will be a beta before launch that you can sign up for now.

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