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- Inspired by the story of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands War Within the Cartel, this exclusive bundle features original artwork from the video.
- The bundle includes the exclusive Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands War Within the Cartel SteelBook, the Gold Edition game with season pass subscription, and the Santa Muerte figurine.
- SteelBook features Ken Taylor's artwork for the upcoming Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands War Within the Cartel.
- Gold Edition includes full game plus season pass subscription.
- Santa Muerte figurine is a 10.5-inch replica of the in-game version.
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Ubisoft presents the Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands War Within the Cartel bundle. An exclusive, the SteelBook includes Ken Taylor's original artwork depicting the leaders of the Santa Blanca cartel. Also included is the Santa Muerte figurine and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands Gold Edition, which includes the full game and season pass. Experience total freedom of choice in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, the ultimate military shooter set in a massive open world setting. The Santa Blanca drug cartel has transformed the beautiful South American country of Bolivia into a perilous narco-state, leading to lawlessness, fear, and rampant violence. With its corrosive influence, the cartel continues to plague the citizens of Bolivia. But all hope is not lost. The Ghosts, an elite US special forces team, are tasked to combat the cartel and save the country from collapse. You decide how to play, and every decision affects the world around you.
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-The art case for the disc was in excellent condition, no scratches, blemishes or fingerprints.
-The statue was bigger than I envisioned, although I never sat down with a ruler to get a better idea. It comes with a small paper visually depicting the different ways you can display the statue, such as with or without certain elements such as the robe, scythe and rosary
-Game disc itself was undamaged and included the deluxe content card to go along with the season pass.
-The game itself is a huge improvement over the open beta, which I thoroughly enjoyed anyway. Driving is better, AI is better, aiming is more intuitive, and the dreaded flight controls have been improved to something you can actually do.
If you don't have friends you can join a public session with someone else, and you can tailor the realism by upping the difficulty and removing HUD elements as you see fit, making for a pretty real, and intense, gaming experience.
There are microtransactions present, but other than cosmetics, everything you can buy you can find in the game world, and looking in the loadout screen will tell you what province each weapon or attachment is in.
Feels like a cross between Grand Theft Auto, the Division & a FPS - so you can pretty much play the game the way YOU enjoy playing. If it's a stealthy, sneak in and take people down one at a time; stay at a distance and snipe them off; or rush in with LMG's blazing - you can do it. But, what's better than that, is you can do it with your FRIENDS!
It has some good atmosphere to it, listening to your squad banter when playing solo, hearing the OPFOR talking when sneaking into their bases, or listening to the radio broadcasts while driving around - so the emersion factor is really high on this. Add in all the background story touches they've put into this game, and it feels like it has something for just about everyone.
One of the things that I like about this game over the Division (or Destiny) is, in the Division the MOBS sometimes felt like damage sponges - where you just unloaded magazines after magazines into them. It really killed the realistic feel to that game after you've emptied a full 200 or more rounds into a thug wearing a t-shirt just because you're playing on a harder level to downed them. So far this one seems to be a bit more realistic (though still video game) while playing it - so not quite up to Rainbow6: Siege. More realistic, but not so much that it kills the fun; but you CAN increase the difficulty.
Note: this game is ONLINE only, and you won't be able to play couch co-op.
The advanced difficulty level is hard, really hard. It will take serious teamwork and stealth. Run and gun players will have a hard time with that difficulty.
Giant open world
Several "avenues of approach"
Giant Open World= Alot of traveling
The enemy is ALWAYS aware of you
Hardly any emphasis on actual stealth. Because the enemy is ALWAYS aware of you. Once a teammate is spotted, despite of your location, you are spotted as well.
The servers are below average, several connection issues. Ranging from, stuttering, lag, out right frozen screens.
Several bugs, from invisible co op partners, to your vehicles not responding to your commands.
All in all, this is by far in my experience the rockiest, and most bugged game to release to date.
A lot of potential though. And the statue is cool for sure. Anyone rating this above 3 stars because of potential should be disregarded.
The game itself I loved...it's a great mix of "Far Cry" and "Ghost Recon," and if you have a couple of friends to play it with you'll absolutely love it. The story isn't much to remember, but the aspects of the gameplay really shine, particularly when you have a group of players that is communicating well.
I've put well over 100 hours into the main game already, and will be going back for more as I have a friend picking it up soon and I'll help him through the campaign.
Overall, I'm really happy with this purchase.