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Ghost Recon Wildlands is set in Bolivia, and the game makes you feel like you're really there. It's one of the most varied places on earth, and each area feels wildly different from the next. It ranges from lush, green forests, to barren deserts, to both urban and rural cities. The distinct feel, architecture, and culture of Bolivia will serve to pull you even deeper into the game. See More
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In Ghost Recon Wildlands, the customization is not limited to just character facial features. It also has an extensive customization system for weapons and clothes. When creating a character you can set the face, gender, hair, hat, top, tattoos, pants, and shoes. All of these can be changed in the loadout menu at any point in-game. You can also modify your weapons and gear extensively. When you begin customizing a weapon, it will split into pieces, letting you select and adjust each one. This includes triggers, sights, scopes, grips, stocks, barrels, and any other attachment. You can also change the colors and designs of both weapons and gear. It really lets you play exactly the way you want to, which is always more satisfying. See More
Whether you're whipping around on a dirt bike toward your next mission, or storming a fort with your team, you're constantly in motion. Even though you can slow down a bit should you choose to, the game encourages a faster-paced experience and makes it a ton of fun. See More
Ghost Recon Wildlands lets you do anything you want, any time you want. You can rush right toward the final boss if you decide to. You can complete missions by blowing people up with drones from a safe distance, or by storming the gates. Do the missions you want to, leave others to rot. Everything is up to you. The landscape is vast, and if you can see it, you can probably get to it. This allows you to experience the gorgeous environments through exploration. There are also rewards for exploring, such as new weapons or upgrades, giving you more goals to strive for. See More
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Beginning right from character creation, you have tons of options. There's several different character models, faces, voices, etc. that are available for your use. After that, the next thing you're able to customize is your gear. There's a vanity system in the game - you can find different clothes and use them to customize what your character looks like to other players. See More
The Division has a couple of options for playing, the same that most online games have. You can play solo and be just as happy as you would be with a team. Solo play encourages the player to employ different tactics for fighting bosses and generic enemies than they would on a team. For example, a solo player may focus more blowing up enemy flamethrower canisters in order to get a reprieve from being attacks and a chance to get some free damage in on them. While on a team, the game gets both easier and harder. Enemies get significantly more health and damage when you're on a team, but that's more or less countered by your teammates doing damage as well. You also have an array of different tactics available to you, most of which are simply not possible as a solo player. The best example of this is having one heavily armored player draw the attention of a boss or strong enemy away from the team, while the rest of you blast him in the back. See More
There are 3 major stats in The Division: firearms, stamina, and electronics. The gear you find will have these stats in different quantities, and usually two of the three on them. Firearms increases the damage and accuracy with weapons, stamina increases your health, and electronics increases the potency and decreases the cooldown (the period before you're able to use something again) of your skills. The gear you choose will have some sort of balance - one that you choose. Perhaps you want to be a heavy hitter with a ton of life, or maybe you want to be a medic that can take a hit. There's several different options you can choose. On top of that, there's a myriad of skills for you to choose from to dictate your style of play. You can have a radar scan to see where enemies are, or have healing skills for yourself and allies, or even heat-seeking grenades that explode and light people on fire or blind your enemies. See More