Announced back at E3 2015 but barely glimpsed since, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is back on the scene.

Looking like a cross between Far Cry and Ghost Recon, Wildlands boasts a large open area based on a near-future Bolivia.

There's no release date yet, but today's push for the game also includes word of special editions, a pre-order bonus (an extra mission) and box art.

In the UK, GAME will sell a Deluxe Edition with a handful of in-game extras plus a map and soundtrack.

Amazon will sell a Gold Edition, which will include the game's season pass and with it two major expansions.

Then there's Calavera Collector's Case edition, available from the Uplay Shop, which includes the Gold Edition, map, soundtrack, plus a pair or headphones and a painted skull.

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