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When the entire area is calmed down and clear, continue on forward. Enemy soldiers will turn on lights and ambush the ghost team! It looks like the area isn't clear at all. Soldiers will come from both sides of the ship and fire from the middle. The trick is to stay behind cover and fire at the soldiers before they get a chance to come down on the deck where the team is. If they do get close, use flashbangs to stun them. Do not forget about the entire team. Stick next to the team and order mark enemy threats for them. Some teammates may become incapacitated in battle. Either heal the downed teammate yourself, or order another teammate to heal by marking the downed teammate. Survive the battle until the friendly helicopters fly in and saves the team. Continue on to the helipad.
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Though just dropping the word Future into the title of a game is enough to evoke images of rayguns and other out-of-reach gadgets, Future Soldier attempts to keep things grounded by focusing on plenty of technology that's already in-the-works, like active camouflage and info-laden HUD units that relay data on enemy positions between soldiers. While most of this stuff isn't seeing wide use on today's battlefields--making the "future" designator entirely accurate--it's hard to get excited about tech that's already prevalent in plenty of other video games. Having a fancy HUD might be mind-blowing if you're running through a real-life sandstorm while hunting down enemies, but with the way it's displayed in Future Soldier, it just feels like any other game with any other modern HUD.
Sometime in the not too distant future, the fanciest soldiers will arrive to the battlefield wearing a personal cloaking device, a heads-up display with X-ray vision in their sunglasses, guns with floating rings of light around them, and a slew of next generation gadgets for spying on enemies. Most of these will be necessary to make your way through the 12 hour single-player campaign, which offers plenty of variety and opportunities for badassery.
Playing a near-future super soldier is incredibly satisfying, and that feeling of being a heavily-trained badass transfers very clearly from game to gamer. The act of sneaking invisibly into a warzone, completing your mission, and then disappearing, is what being a "ghost" is all about.
Trained to be better than the best and outfitted with the most comprehensive array of high-tech gear ever assembled, the future soldier stands apart by his ability to remain undetected. He slips unseen behind enemy lines. He uses the perfect combination of diplomacy and force to achieve his objectives while remaining politically invisible. He is a Ghost.
As a member of the elite Ghost Recon, you are among the few who possess the power, the adaptability, and the cognitive fortitude of the future soldier. Specialized in every area of combat, equipped for survival, and trained in absolute discretion, you are entrusted with the missions no other soldier can handle.
Future Soldier is the fifth main game in the Ghost Recon series. Just like the other installments it is a tactical 3rd-person shooter where a strategic approach based on cover and stealth is favoured over going in all guns blazing. The game is set in 2024 and the main campaign consists of twelve missions. It starts in Nicaragua where the ghost team Predator attempts to disrupt weapon trafficking in the region. During the mission the team is killed by a dirty bomb and afterwards a new team called Hunter is sent in to investigate the bomb's source. The player controls the team of four soldiers through a story that takes them to Bolivia, Zambia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Norway and Russia.
The year is 2013. The U.S. Army has been developing - and can now deploy - the Integrated Warfighter System (IWS), a complex combination of cutting-edge technologies that transforms an individual soldier into the ultimate fighting force. IWS combines advanced weapons systems, satellite communication devices and enhanced survivability into one fully integrated combat system that is finally ready for the true test of the battlefield. Combining the advantages of next-generation console technology with future military technologies, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 3 includes a wealth of groundbreaking features, including the Cross-Com, a communication device attached to the soldier's monocle and powered by satellite technology, which will deliver constant and complete battlefield awareness seamlessly within the action. In addition, Ubisoft will employ increased processing power to its fullest, with breathtaking graphics, lighting and textures, multi-windowing, and state-of-the-art physics. Current-generation versions of the game will be custom-built using top technologies that push each platform to its limits.
In Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 3, players will embody Captain Scott Mitchell as he commands the Ghosts and Special Forces allies equipped with the IWS in the quest to save the president of the United States, recover stolen nuclear codes and eliminate a vicious band of renegade soldiers hell-bent on unleashing catastrophe. The game, on all platforms, unfolds entirely in Mexico City, where numerous, meticulously researched and detailed environments will deliver complete immersion into the future of urban warfare. Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 3 will also include multiplayer and cooperative gameplay with exciting new elements, continuing the Ghost Recon tradition of setting the bar for multiplayer action.
"Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 3 will deliver the future of gaming and of warfare in one stunning package, as well as projecting a global political future that has always been a hallmark of Clancy titles," said Tony Kee, vice president of marketing at Ubisoft North America. "Armed with next-generation technology and the proven ability to create innovative multiplayer content, Ubisoft will enable players to become the soldier of the future and immerse them in the kind of urban warfare that could be fought 10 years from now." 041b061a72