Ghost Recon Wildlands looks like a game best played with friends. However, if value AI companionship over real people (and lets face it – who doesn’t?) you can still take on the Santa Blanca drug cartel by your lonesome. The new¬†Ghost Recon Wildlands gameplay video shows exactly how you can do just that.

Even is you play solo, you’ll still have 3 other soldiers with you, which you can give basic commands to. Your AI brothers-in-arms will always follow your lead, so you won’t see them running chest-first into a hail of bullets if you decided to go the sneaky route.

The video also takes the time to show the character skill tree, including the very useful Explosive Drone upgrade, which does exactly what you think it does.

All in all, it appears that while you have to do the lion’s share of the work when playing in single-player, your AI buddies are more than capable to pull their own weight.

Oh, and the gameplay we see is on “normal” difficulty. On the highest difficulty level, one bullet and you’re done for. Ouch.

Ghost Recon Wildlands is set to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC March 7.


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