After a few teased and shown off for a few years now, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands finally has has a solid release date and new gameplay info. Check out the E3 2016 Cinematic below:

In Ghost Recon‘s demo, the gameplay starts in with the Ghosts coordinating how to get into a building controlled by the drug cartel. Inside the compound is  the location of a notorious Mexican Drug cartel leader that the Ghost have been tasked with tracking. Before the demo, Ubisoft mentioned before that the game world in Ghost Recon Wildlands is the largest that Ubisoft has ever made. The gameplay showcases how effectively infiltration can be done when the team works together and communicates with each other. By synchronizing shots, groups of enemies can be handled tactfully. In past Ghost Recon games, the key to success is planning ahead and smartly approaching tasks, and it’s great to see that Wildlands keeps that same style of gameplay.

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As is common with Tom Clancy games, Ghost Recon: Wildlands gives players access to a wide range of technological tools including the aerial drone. The drone was used to gain a view of the enemies in the compound so the team could plan their approach. After the initial target gets away, the Ghosts jump seamlessly jump into vehicles and chases across the desert after the cartel leader. Not only are players given access to cars, trucks, and dirt bikes, but also aircraft like the  Helicopter. After bringing the cartel vehicle to a screeching halt, the cartel leader is extracted into the helicopter and extracted from the scene. See the full gameplay from this year’s E3 2016 presentation here:

After years of hype, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands was finally given a release date, and players can get their hands on it March 7th, 2016.