Ghost Recon: Future Soldier on PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 was delayed until 2011. But Ghost Recon fans won’t have to wait until then to get some Ghost Recon action. Ubisoft announced that the Wii version of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and a new PSP title, Ghost Recon Predator, will be launching this November.
Ghost Recon Predator, for the PSP, is set to be a more classic Ghost Recon title, shrunken down to fit in your pocket. Predator features four man teams fighting against a group of terrorists in the jungles of Sri Lanka.
The main goal is to take down insurgents before they meet their objectives. The problem? Trying to track them down. According to Ubisoft, the insurgents could be anyone. There is a possibility that he may appear to be just a random person hiding in a crowd of people walking down the sidewalk. Of course, you will have plenty of technology and intel on your side to help you track him down.
The gameplay will feature character swapping between squad members, and an arsenal of gadgets for players to play with. And you can bring up to three friends in the four player co-op mode.
After the jump you will find screenshots for Ghost Recon Predator, and you will also find details and a trailer for the Nintendo Wii version of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.
The Nintendo Wiii version of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is an on-rails shooter. BUT WAIT, don’t leave yet! Sure, there are about fifty of them on the platform, but Future Soldier seems to be taking an interesting approach.
The on-rail title features two characters on screen at all times. When another player isn’t there, the AI takes over. Instead of being simply just a shooting fest, the title takes a more tactical approach requiring players to cover each other while moving, do stealth kills, and more. Although, based on the trailer, there looks to be plenty of shooting still.
I think it looks awesome. But if you know me, I like terrible games. And this looks to be like a terrible game. Terrible enough for me to like though.
(Wii Details Source: VG247)
(Trailer Source: RevoTV)