Ubisoft Releases Ghost Recon Wildlands Xbox One X Enhanced HDR Gameplay Trailer
Ubisoft has released a new Ghost Recon Wildlands Xbox One X Enhanced HDR gameplay trailer.
The trailer showcases how great the title looks on Microsoft’s enhanced Xbox One console. Check it out below:
The Santa Blanca drug cartel has transformed the beautiful South American country of Bolivia into a perilous narco-state, leading to lawlessness, fear, and rampant violence. The citizens of Bolivia have been plagued by the criminal influence of the cartel, but all hope is not lost. Now only the Ghosts, an elite US Special Forces team, can save the country from complete collapse.
Armed with their tactical prowess and the latest weapons technology, the Ghosts will have to go deep behind enemy lines to complete their most dangerous mission to date. They’ll have to annihilate the alliance between the corrupted government and the cartel before the evil rises above Bolivia to become a major threat across the globe.
Facing an almighty adversary in a massive, hostile environment, you will have to muster your strength, hone your skills, and sharpen your mettle to become a Ghost and take Bolivia back from its criminal tyrants.
The Ghost Recon Wildlands Xbox One X update was released last week alongside the release of Microsoft’s new console. “A big update is out now for Ghost Recon Wildlands, bringing a new raft of fixes and improvements, as well as Xbox One X enhancements that will bring greater graphical fidelity and faster loading times”, Ubisoft wrote last week. Enhancements on the One X include increased texture cache size to improve loading times, increased resolution, anisotropic filtering, improved temporal antialiasing for less ghosting, and more.
Ghost Recon Wildlands is available globally right now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The title was released back in March of this year, and has been the best-selling title since the beginning of this year.
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