25 May


Ubisoft Singapore is getting a jump on the E3 news cycle with its announcing of Ghost Recon Online. The free-to-play tactical third-person shooter will be play host to maps that supposed rival that of console fidelity, and rich environmental detail. A release date has yet to be confirmed

“Ghost Recon Online takes the best attributes of the Ghost Recon game franchise and brings them online, making the experience of being a Ghost accessible to millions of new players and fans,” said Hugues Ricour, senior producer at Ubisoft. “This game was designed from the start to be a free-to-play experience. Our development teams are dedicated to making Ghost Recon Online a truly unique, top-quality online title.”

“The online market is an exciting new frontier for video games and for gamers,” said Yves Guillemot, chief executive officer at Ubisoft. “With Ghost Recon Online, and other major upcoming projects, Ubisoft is creating online experiences that allow our fans to stay connected to their favorite brands and to continually receive new content and gameplay. This direct link with our fans will allow us to create new and ever better experiences for them.”

Ready to take your Tom Clancy skills online, E-Gs? Or is a free-to-play FPS not high on your hype list? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section!

One thought on “Ubisoft Announces ‘Ghost Recon Online’”

  1. Sort of odd to see this. The original Ghost Recon was known for being a realistic (almost simulation) tactical fps. Fast-forward a decade and now its name hovers over an unrealistic looking shooter with crazy fast running and the like. Guess the brand needs to be used more? At least they haven’t completely killed what’s made Rainbow Six, Rainbow Six.

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