Things have gone from crazy to insane. The team of Ghosts who were responsible for successfully completing missions in the past have been wiped out with the help of a powerful bomb. Who are the people responsible for this event? Can they be traced? Can the new Ghost unit deliver everything that they have promised?
Trying to find answers to all the above questions, you will infiltrate deep into the chaotic mess that is disturbing the peace of everyone in the Ghost team. Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier promises gritty action and a suspense filled story that will leave you gasping when the secret is finally revealed.
The 5th instalment in the long-running series will be liked by hard-core shooting game fans. The third-person tactical shooter has enough innovative features to keep you up all night playing the game. Future Soldier game DVD is available for PC and carries a Mature rating from ESRB.
Synopsis and Features
4 soldiers named Kozak, Ghost Lead, Pepper and 30K have been newly appointed into the Ghost squad. These guys are now in-charge of hunting down ruthless mercenaries who took out the previous squad. Tracking the criminals leads the team into a messy situation where events spiral out of control. Destruction is inevitable if things are not handled right. Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier promises action at a global scale. Are you ready to fight and win against all odds?
Developed by Ubisoft Ukraine and published by Ubisoft, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier includes interesting features that will give you a great gaming experience. The minimum hardware required to play the game smoothly on your computer are Windows Vista, a 3.0 Ghz Intel Pentium D or 2.2 Ghz AMD Athlon64 X2 4400+ processor, 25 GB of hard disk space, 2 GB RAM and a 512 MB RAM equipped Shader 4.0-enabled NVidia or ATI Radeon graphics card.
The game’s primary focuses lies on modern technological advancements that can be employed in a war atmosphere. The single-player campaign features missions that define your placement in the enemy territory. You can use many options available to you in the game like optical camouflage, allowing you to blend in with the environment.
Stealth is the key element to focus upon throughout the game. Using sync shot you can spot enemies from afar and tag them, allowing aerial drones to take them out quickly and silently. Avoiding detection will give you higher power over your enemies as you can easily overtake them, even if they come at you in sheer numbers.
Advancing through the levels will let you see intense situations where your every coordination skill will be put to a test. You will have to focus on movement patterns of enemies, calculate multiple lines of sight to target opponents perfectly and take them out without arousing any suspicion.
With a huge arsenal of 50 weapons ranging from assault rifles, pistols, shotguns and submachine guns, you can have a blast in the game. You can customize all these weapons using the gunsmith to use any weapon as you want. You can unlock new weapons and different gadgets by completing the different challenges thrown at you during the campaign.
The multiplayer component is fun to play in the game, especially in Horde mode, as you and 3 more of your friends can join together and take out waves and waves of enemies. Up to 16 players can play in a match, allowing them to jump into a chaos filled environments and fight for a win. There is also a Siege mode where you can respawn quickly and take down your enemies. Many other challenges can be found in competitive multiplayer that includes different modes such as Conflict mode, Decoy, Saboteur and others.
If you want to test your skills against players from across the world, you can do it in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier as it supports online multiplayer. You can download the updates, demos, betas and wallpapers for the game directly from the company’s website.
14 Jul, 2013
10 Jun, 2013
Please wait for the product for a while
11 Jul, 2012
10 Feb, 2017
good but expensive on net
24 Jan, 2014
Best in the market!
13 Nov, 2016
10 Oct, 2016
vaibhav k mathur
19 Nov, 2013
Bad Console Port
6 Jul, 2012
14 Jun, 2013