A couple of weeks ago, I visited Ubisoft headquarters to sit down and play through a large chunk of single-player content from their upcoming tactical shooter Ghost Recon: Future Soldier. I'd also played the game at E3, but this demo gave me a much better sense of how the stealth tactics will play out, as well as how the objective-based command system works.
In the video above, I'll walk you through some B-roll footage that Ubisoft sent, which contains bits from all of the levels I played, save the sprawling final level. It demonstrates the way that group-tagging of enemies works, as well as the value of intelligence in single-player and the general vibe of both combat and stealth.
The entire campaign is playable in four-player co-op, which we didn't get to try out. But it's not hard to imagine playing through Future Soldier with four friends—pretty fun. I'll have more detailed impressions of the game later today.