Ubisoft are showing off more from open-world co-op shooter Ghost Recon Wildlands, with the latest video highlighting some of the choices players will be faced with in each mission. In this case, the team of developers are sneaking in under the cover of darkness, using a helicopter to base jump to the starting point.
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There's plenty of scope here for clever play and coordination, if the video above is anything to go by. It begins with the group of four using a simultaneous assault to cleanly drop all the enemies in sync. Then they steal the truck to pass off as the enemy as they drive straight into the compound.
Once inside, one lad dives out and starts clearing the exit, placing C4 in tactical locations in case the team needs a diversion. Meanwhile, one player snipes, taking out guards on the base's watchtowers, and another player uses a drone's thermal camera to spot enemies.
Soldiers have their own day and night patterns too, so you might catch some sentries kipping if you assault at night, as they do in the video.
Once the Ghosts grab their guy and kill the camp's lights, things kick off, but it's nothing a few liberated rebels and carefully-placed C4 can't sort out.
It's looking rather good, even if this short demo is clearly scripted. It's not too difficult to imagine having a similar play-session with good friends, even if it's slightly scrappier.
Ghost Recon Wildlands releases on March 7, 2017.