- Join the Legendary Ghosts – Control Sergeant Kozak and his unit, across 14 missions in 8 spectacular locales, from Africa to the Arctic Circle.
- All-Access Pass to Future War Tech – Fight using the tech of tomorrow including, optical camouflage, augmented reality, drones and more.
- Wield over 50 Weapons and Customize Them with Gunsmith Mode – Harness the immense firepower of an army and optimize every aspect of your arsenal in the Gunsmith mode.
- Intense Multiplayer – 4 game modes, 10 maps and multiple classes along with GR’s classic siege mode.
List Price: $39.99
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Description
Reviews By H. Degroot : Date June 29, 2012
I’ve got a couples hours of play in and I have to say I agree with previous reviewers. It’s a console port. From the very start, the game feels dated and poorly done. Graphics are sub-par, the cinematics are boring and the gameplay is stale. I figured it would graphically as strong as BF3, but its deff. not… Doesn’t really seem to matter what you do, the game holds your hand every step of the way, telling you what to do at every turn.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s got some fun factor, i just don’t know how long it will last. I should have waited a month and got this game for $20 instead of $50. Oh well, another game I waited years for only to be sorely disappointed. Coming from someone who has played many of the Tom Clancy games, starting with the first Rainbow six, this game is a disappointing departure from previous efforts. The new Rainbow 6 looks pretty awesome though, I hope they don’t try to ruin that too…
Reviews By Raymond Chiu : Date July 1, 2012
First off the good:
Campaign is interesting.
Gunsmith mode provides a great experience for people who like to tinker.
Then the bad:
DO NOT BUY THE PC VERSION GAME IF YOU WANT TO PLAY CAMPAIGN WITH FRIENDS.
DO NOT BUY THE PC VERSION GAME IF YOU WANT TO PLAY PROPER MULTIPLAYER.
You can’t play with your friends 90% of the time.
I specifically purchased this game in order to have a similar experience to Rainbow Six Vegas series, a modernized third per person shooter with tons of customization which you could play with your friends.
Within the second mission, the game desynced, making me and my friend unable to continue the story. Being average PC players we tried to do a workaround, so we skipped that part by playing it solo and then proceeded to go to the next mission. Then we came across another problem: Whoever hosted (we tried hosting, both of us) got stuck in infinite loading. This occurred for many missions. Other times the host would crash with different errors.
We’ve tried everything, updating drivers, rolling back drivers, direct connections to modem, port fowarding. Everything. Nothing has worked.
I’ve also tried playing multiplayer. It’s even worse then the CoD system. When you migrate hosts, you don’t start where you were, YOU HAVE TO RESPAWN. Other times, YOU SIMPLY DISCONNECT.
It is obvious that there was little to no quality assurance testing done for the the PC version of the game.
I am utterly disappointed that I had paid simply to play the campaign mode alone.
Reviews By bechle : Date June 29, 2012
And that’s an order! I can say that, 101st Airborne Division Air Assault former Infantryman! Hooooooah
Did I have fun playing it for the little time I did? Yep, it’s got some fun parts! But it’s buggy! And the graphics make you think you’ve gone back in time five years, then they look pretty good, then a cut scene makes you think you’ve bought some shareware.