A DLC pack for the oft-forgotten Ghost Recon Online will for the next few weeks make the online PC shooter (technically still in beta) substantially more interesting. Provided you like Assassin's Creed, that is. And the prospect of Assassins using assault rifles.
Closed beta testing for Ghost Recon Online (PC) begins March 5th. Those looking to enlist in Tom Clancy's near-future military warfare can sign up for the beta at the game's official website.
The bulk of my time with Ubisoft's upcoming Ghost Recon: Future Soldier was spent with single-player, but near the end of the session, I had a chance to talk adversarial multiplayer with the game's developers. The burning question I had was: Now that Future Soldier is coming to PC, how will it be different from the…
There's a shiny big Ghost Recon game, Future Soldier, coming to consoles. It won't be coming to PC, though. PC users instead get a free-to-play game called Ghost Recon Online. Why? It's Ubisoft. Take a guess.
Ubisoft airdrops in a new look at its upcoming free-to-play online shooter Ghost Recon Online right into the middle of Battlefield 3 and Modern Warfare 3 territory. Incoming!
Ghost Recon Online for the Wii U is a third-person shooter for Nintendo's next big thing packed with tons of cool bells and whistles. It also demonstrates some of the big hurdles the new console will face when trying to satisfy hardcore gamers.
Ubisoft revealed today that it is working on five titles for the Wii U. These games include an Assassin's Creed title, Raving Rabbids, Ghost Recon Online, a new "multi-sport" game and new shooter Killer Freaks from Outerspace.
This isn't Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, but it may be better, delivering tactical action and fast-paced play in an online only, free-to-play computer game.