Ghost Recon

Ghost Recon Wildlands Reveals Free Predator DLC

A deadly new threat enters Ghost Recon Wildlands this week, armed with powerful weapons, advanced stealth abilities, and more mandibles than seem strictly necessary. From December 14 through early January, the Predator will bring its unique skills to a special challenge that sees players (solo or with up to four players in co-op) hunting the creature—and being hunted in return. Defeating the Predator will be no easy task, but if players manage to take it down, they will be rewarded with exclusive items, including the Predator mask, which features Predator vision. To help you fully embrace your inner hunter, the Predator Pack (available in the in-game store) introduces 15 new customization items inspired by the original movie, including weapons and a new close combat move. Ghost War, the fr...

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Shows Single Player Features in New Video

Ubisoft has released a new gameplay video for Ghost Recon: Wildlands, focusing on the single player element. For the fans of solo campaign, the game provides you with three AI team mates. All of these are need to progress through the game’s 21 different provinces. The AI team mates can be managed using a command wheel, using which you can issue direct orders. They can adapt to your play style, but the ability to use these commands offers more precision. The video also shows that there are various ways to approach an area. The whole thing is about 21 minutes long, so sit back, relax and give it a watch. Ghost Recon: Wildlands is scheduled to release for the Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on 7th March. Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussi...

Stealth Gameplay New Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Video

Ubisoft has released a new gameplay video for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands, showing stealth approach to the El Pozolero mission that was showcased at this year’s E3 conference. The aim of the mission is the same – to infiltrate an enemy outpost, capture the target and escape the facility. However, instead if a guns-blazing approach, this time the mission is done at night, and in a stealthier manner. The video is over 12 minutes long, showcasing how you can hijack a vehicle to allow you to capture the outpost, freeing the rebels to create a distraction in the process.   Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands is an open world co-op game where you can play with your friends online or with AI controlled allies in singleplayer mode. The game is set to release on...

Top 5 Upcoming Open World Games 2016

Now we know all of you are busy with Fallout 4, Just Cause 3, Assassins Creed, Rainbow Six. hell, I’m still playing Witcher 3. But that doesn’t mean that we aren’t eager for more, and next year is again packed with some really exciting releases, and we’re going to countdown the top ten biggest upcoming games of 2016. Be sure to watch the video above to see all the games in glorious HD action! No Man’s Sky: Possibly the biggest open world game ever created probably because it’s a whole universe, This game has been on everyone’s mind since its initial announcement in 2013. Every time we see it the urge to slip into a spaceship and explore the game’s vast, unexplored universe grows stronger. We finally know what the minute-to-minute gameplay will bring. Players will collect resources to upgra...

Ghost Recon Wildlands: Bigger and Better

Ghost Recon is back, and once again we can see Ubisoft showing strong push towards open world gameplay, offering options for stealth, long range and all out chaos. With missions that take you across the globe, this iteration of Ghost Recon looks like a blast. For more E3 updates stay tuned at Gaming Central. Be sure to check out all the E3 round-ups right here.

Insane ways in which Games Predict the Future

When you think of it, maybe it’s not the best of ideas if video games predicted the future. You’d have a scenario where everybody is at war with each other or you’d find yourself in a post apocalyptic landscape about to fend off zombies or maybe in a spaceship like craft about to take on a whole lot of aliens. And quite frankly, no one would want a future which is depicted through video game. But there are times when things in videogames have, startlingly, come true. As creepy/spookily interesting as these sounds, there have been instances where video games have to a certain extent predicted the future by predicting events. We’ve got four such instances for you….fasten your seat belts. Solid Snake, The Original Edward Snowden If you want to be pedantic about it, it’s actually Raiden ...


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