Ghost Recon Online “won’t feel like a free-to-play game”

By Brenna Hillier, Friday, 7 October 2011 06:01 GMT

A new developer dairy for Ghost Recon Online reveals Ubisoft Singapore’s intent to blend the old-school hardcore PC game feel with accessible multiplayer.

As well as easing casual players into a world dominated by daily-practice clan types, Ubisoft Singapore hopes the game won’t “feel like a free to play game; it’ll just feel like a game you want to come back to”.

Ghost Recon Online is currently taking beta sign-ups, and is expected on PC before the end of the year, with a Wii U version to follow.

You can watch the whole video below.

Thanks, Shack.

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