Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands Crack Plus License Key

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands Taking place a few years into the future, Ghost Recon Wildlands empowers players to lead a team of Ghosts, a four-player U.S. Elite Special Operations unit, on a covert mission to destroy the Santa Blanca drug cartel, an underworld force and growing global threat within Ubisoft’s imagining of a beautiful, yet dangerous Bolivia. With hundreds of villages and well-known landmarks, local legends and various factions and regions, players venture into a vast world with which to interact and explore. The Ghosts’ upgradable skills, along with a vast arsenal of weapons, vehicles and drones, help them defeat their almighty enemy. Gamers can play the entire game solo or they join up with as many as three friends in co-op to roam freely in this vast playground. [Ubisoft]
Download Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands Crack/Patch

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Platform PC Windows
Rating 71 / 100
User rating
Downloads 4448
Genre Action Adventure, Open-World
Company / Developer
Ubisoft / Ubisoft Paris
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands reviews ( 7 )

Nareke, Mar 7, 2017

There’s so much fun to be had here, and the co-op is probably the best I’ve seen in a long time. The country of Bolivia is massive and fun to explore, with plenty to do and visuals that never fail to impress.

melodymoony, Apr 6, 2017

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is an open world sandbox with beautiful environments. It offers a tactical experience to play solo or in a 2-4 players Co-op mode. If you play this game in the single player mode, the rest of your team will be AI controlled, but I have to say that it’s not as good, or as fun as playing it online with friends. And I have to say that this game is amazing to play with friends (or with random players via matchmaking in a borderlands style system, so you can play with friends or with other players even if you are at different points in the story and the game will still grant you some Xp for helping them with missions you already completed.) You can switch from Sp to Co-op on the fly at any time. Character creation and customization is really good, I loved it and without being as deep as it would be in an MMO it’s still amazing for a game like this. Stealth is your best ally but you can also launch frontal assaults, or something in the middle, it’s totally up to you. You will find out that you can complete your missions in different ways. To achieve that, you have several weapons at your disposal and accessories to choose from. Gameplay wise, it feels like a mix of other games like Far Cry 4, GTA, the division, etc. but that’s not bad if you enjoy that kind of games. I am having a lot of fun with my friends playing, I like the freedom I get to do the missions in different styles, although they can get repetitive, which has been highly criticized and I agree, secondary missions are repetitive. I supposed they made it that way so the game can artificially feel longer (this is a common issue with open world games in general), but at least you can be creative so playing them after several times can still be fun. The enemies can be though and they can be a real challenge at some points, where the best thing to do is just run instead of face them, a quiet outpost can quickly become a war zone. Enemies will hunt you down and it will get nasty, so team work is very important. Be prepared to die a lot here. I like a good Co-op challenge and GRWL has it. There are a lot of Vehicles to choose from and Imo they are not as bad as people say, choppers and airplanes are actually fun after some practice and jumping from them with a parachute is amazing. Ground vehicles are a bit clunky but decent, same with boats. There is a skill point advancement system that will make you and your team become even more efficient. The game needs more polish and It has bugs, but they are not game breaking and they can be fixed with patches. Bolivia looks stunning, I enjoy the huge and open landscapes the game has, it’s really impressive with so many zones and biomes, a night and day cycle and dynamic weather, a beautiful eye candy. The story is ok, a bit generic at some points, but it didn’t get boring and the bosses have a lot of personality and a lot of background, if you like to follow the always optional files and leads you will enjoy this part too. To sum up: GRWL is fun if you play with friends, it offers a lot of freedom and possibilities, its huge. On the negative side, it can get repetitive, but if you love co-op you should really give it a chance. I love Ghost Recon Wildlands, I really do.

Rashiva, Mar 22, 2017

Really strong open world game, best 3rd person shooter since The Division, best coop game since...I dunno. It's got a great story and characters are memorable. Would highly recommend!

Ajje2, Aug 26, 2017

[ Continued from review by Ajje, containing summary and likes ] Essence of the game: Kill all drug cartel fiefs (everyone cartel related really). Disliked: * Infinite respawn. If you die, all your clearing is for naught. If you move a couple of meters away from an area you've cleared, your labor is for naught since all enemies and threats re-appear. This utterly kills the sense of achievement, and makes any kind of military strategy pointless. Take out 3 SAM sites in the belief that you can safely fly in the area. Haha, they're too far apart, so the first will respawn as you reach the third. Sigh. * Respawns in the most illogical location (e.g. in a small closet you just cleared, as soon as you turn your back to it). Greatly diminishes use of tactics. * The horrid zombie wave of cops in GTA is here re-skinned into Unidad (corrupt Bolivian military), but they've been tuned up to be even more relentless than in GTA. This attribute coupled with the random spawning issue makes this game mechanic totally game and immersion breaking at times. Aweful aspect of the game which you'll come to hate with a passion. * No way to progress time. This is particularly annoying if you prefer doing certain activities in daylight and others at night. E.g. infiltration at night time and scouting at day. I hope UBI will fix this in future titles, as I had to leave the game running for half an hour, doing something else while waiting for the game to cycle 12 hours. Just a pointless time wasting limitation that greatly reduced the enjoyment. * The enemy AI I would say is OK compared to other FPS titles, but there's one annoying aspect to it. The AI has an incredible ability to immediately spot where you are if an enemy finds a dead buddy, or if you covertly snipe them from way afar. Either this was poor design, or a gimmick by UBI to force you into a shoot and move tactic. It's just not realistic that they can 100% pin-point your location by finding a dead comrade, or seeing a buddy hit the dirt by a single sniper bullet. Some uncertainty would be advised when UBI tunes their next title, as not even the best real world sniper will find his enemy from a single gun echo and bullet crack. * Horrid vehicle handling. Especially aircraft (planes and helicopters). Land vehicles were not great either. Rockstar and Bohemia have nailed vehicle driving. Why does UBI continue to fail when the have blueprints from the competition? * Cheap tricks employed to extend the game time. All the backtracking, the A+ search the level team used for placing items maximally away from you. Spawning zombies into the middle of your mission area (Unidad appearing out of nowhere when you're trying to infiltrate a Santa blanca stronghold, and calling in their infinite dead army, leading to you having to reload the game). * That the skill tree is gated by you having to do the most boring fetch quests (stop the same friggin convoy a billion times), where you need to increase a combination of 4 different counters. Each fetch quest gives you a small bump in one of those stats. Final verdict from me is a solid 7.4 / 10

DJE, Mar 25, 2017

Woeful shooting mechanics, horrible and immature dialogue and bland gameplay. The only positive I can say is the impressive sandbox that capture the Bolivian vistas. Why couldn't it be Rainbow 6 Siege mechanics in an open world like this?

iamevilhomer, Mar 12, 2017

Call this a weak review if you will but I still make a good point. Assassins creed franchise? Mostly sucks... Rainbow six franchise? Mostly sucks... Far cry franchise? Mostly sucks... Splinter cell franchise? Mostly sucks... Watch dogs franchise Seriously sucks hairy balls lol... New ubisoft franchises like for honor and the division? Mostly suck... Pretty sad when south park games are your best bet with ubisoft because they are at least kind of funny... See a trend here fellas? Whenever they do a half way decent job it's "meh" at best. You don't see them pulling a chrono trigger or ocarina of time now do you? Wild lands is the same ubisoft trash... Remember what crowbcat has proven kids... Ubisoft downgrades. They make their stuff look great at E3 and then deliver trash for the most part or something worse than what was shown. Do any ubisoft games have a 9 or higher on metacritic? I don't think so and even if they do I know it's a low 9. Like I said. This company never wows anyone who has a brain and taste in the gaming world. Anyways this game blows because it's the division with terrible vehicles, terrible controls, terrible physics, it's online only, it's boring, it's very unrealistic, the servers suck, the open world style is lack luster, Missions are very repetitive, The AI is very stupid etc etc... The only good thing I can tell is that it has some kool character and weapon customization but hey... This is a video game guys. Not barbies dress up... I give this trash a 4 out of 10 and that's being generous. Most would give it about a 6 or 7 but most don't have good taste so a 4 is right for the kind of gamer who has good taste and doesn't pull the opinion card like a moron. Opinions aside guys... Facts are facts. A game like Ocarina of time is in fact a great game. A game like big rigs is in fact a totally crappy game. And a game like wild lands is somewhere in between. Ocarina of time factually made with care and great detail. Big rigs was factually not... Wildlands is meh... It's worth a rental to play for maybe a couple days if you're that bored and one of those morons who likes to support micro transaction games... Other than that. Please... Just pass up this sorry excuse for a video game just like pretty much every game ubisoft rushes out the door. Go play breath of the wild. Go play Horizon. Don't waste your time with trash from ubisoft...

10538, Sep 24, 2017

I have played almost all of the Tom Clancy Ghost Recon games and I have to say this one is just bad. Missions change regularly as you're trying to complete them. Related missions just seem random. Altogether, poorly conceived and executed.