@kakashishinoda The WiiU version of the game is currently on hold while we focus on developing the PC version. — Ghost Recon Online (@GhostRecOnline) 17 mei 2013
The FPS formerly known as XCOM is now The Bureau: XCOM Declassified. It’s a third-person tactical shooter – think Mass Effect or Ghost Recon – set in the 60s. True to its lineage, the game also has permadeath. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $50-$60
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Ubisoft also said to be prepping a Ghost Recon HD collection. Assassin's Creed 3: Washington Edition and Ghost Recon Anthology are both reportedly set for release this spring. Click here to read the full article Related Stories PS4:Show More Summary
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Last we heard, this game was 'on hold' for Wii U. I don't know if that means permanently or shelved temporarily. With that said, here's the latest trailer for the PC version of the game!
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We’ve heard about UbiSoft working on film adaptations for some of its games, including Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell. Well, now it seems like the next on that list is the shooter series Ghost Recon. Turns out they’ve got an edge on other game developers in the film adaptation arena because the head of UbiSoft Motion [...]
Ubisoft Motion Pictures has been confirmed to be looking to adapt the 'Ghost Recon' series of near-future first-person shooters into a full-length motion picture.
Ubisoft is going Hollywood.