Ghost Recon: Future Soldier info drops from OPM

Tuesday, 9th March 2010 14:11 GMT By Johnny Cullen


Some first information on Ghost Recon: Future Soldier has appeared from the new issue of OPM.

As far as the story goes, it sees the Ghosts taking on an ultranationalist group that’s disposed the Russian president, 10-15 years after Advanced Warfighter took place.

The game will have four-player co-op ready to go, and there’ll be new pieces of kit like armoured ground drones and exo-skeleton legs to carry more gear.

Apparently there are no more squad orders.

You can find out more at CVG.

The game was announced last month, with a release coming for PS3 and 360.

Details on the PC version are coming down the line.



  1. DJ Deathstar

    No more squad orders? That better not mean they’ve turned this into a no brains shooter now

    #1 5 years ago
  2. mington

    shoulder mounted rocket launch oh yeah baby

    that is all

    oooooooooo, i hope the super limited ‘i have more money then sense’ edition comes with your own personal shoulder mounted rocket launch0. i’d where it everywhere, to work, church, i’d even keep it on during…you know ;)

    #2 5 years ago
  3. Alakratt

    i think they mean no more squad orders because there’s 4 player co-op man! that’s awesome!! but because the article said ‘apparently’, maybe it isn’t final yet, i mean, what will you do when playing alone?

    #3 5 years ago
  4. DJ Deathstar

    Yeah thats what i mean if your playin alone with no squad orders it will be absolute shit, pretty much taking the tactical side of GR out of the equation and making it some shit all out action game. Please Ubi don’t ruin the GR franchise!

    #4 5 years ago
  5. KillerDD

    ‘The soldier of the future is an F-16 on legs’

    Oh dear, it’s a transformer!

    Anyway… I’m not entirely sure what to think of this one…

    #5 5 years ago
  6. Quiiick

    No more squad orders because of 4-player co-op?

    I’m quite disappointed. :(

    #6 5 years ago
  7. YoungZer0

    Ultranationalist again, hm?

    #7 5 years ago

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