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Experience Bolivia in the Ghost Recon Wildlands Map

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Ubisoft was able to set the bar up high once again in the Ghost Recon Wildlands Map. This specific map is said to be “one of Ubisoft’s biggest yet,” as said on their blog.


Tom Clancys Ghost Recon Wildlands
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Ghost Recon Wildlands PS4
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26.55€
Ghost Recon Wildlands Xbox One
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41.00€

The game’s development team actually went to Bolivia to scout the area and study the location’s terrain, people and culture. They wanted to take in all the characteristics of Bolivia to be recreated in the game.

As far as the mountains, forests, and salt flats, they are all authentic with the Bolivian experience. However, a few tweaking had been done as said in their past. “It’s not the real Bolivia. We have to level design our world and make it interesting to the player by always giving something new to discover”.

Players are sure to experience a “well-balanced environment” in the game. This is what the developers call ‘world logic’ which is to make sure that the environment is completely balanced and is consistent, “World logic and consistency were very important in defining the biomes, in defining the provinces, in defining the city, and defining the NPC’s themselves,” the post continues on saying, “if we have a village somewhere, we need to make sure the agriculture is consistent with the landscape”.

Get to watch the Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Trailer below, if you haven’t seen it yet:

Ghost Recon Wildlands with be available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 7, 2017.

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