By John Funk on Apr 25, 2013 04.25.13
A trailer out from Ubisoft teasing the 0.11.0 update for its free-to-play online shooter Ghost Recon Online lauds the value of skill over luck. Update 0.11.0 adds a host of new functionality to the game, like map beta tests and pre-purchase tests of weaponry and upgrades. The update also adds a new map, the Singapore-based "Attica Heights," seen here in the trailer. Ghost Recon Online is out for Windows PC, and a Wii U release is expected this year.
By John Funk on Apr 18, 2013 04.18.13
Ubisoft has released a new video for its upcoming Ghost Recon Online title in development at Ubisoft Singapore discussing the next update to the game. In 0.11.0, players will be able to beta test maps in order to offer feedback that the developers can act on before their release. The update also adds functionality that allows players to test out weapons and attachments in a firing range or even in a limited PvP setting before purchasing them. Update 0.11.0 also adds locked chests that randomly contain gear, similar to Valve's microtransaction model in Team Fortress 2 and Dota 2. Ghost Recon Online came out for Windows PC last August, and is scheduled for a Wii U release sometime this year.
By Megan Farokhmanesh on Jan 23, 2013 01.23.13
The 0.10.0 update for PC shooter Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Online adds new content, including a game mode, additional maps and several general fixes, Ubisoft announced via press release. Ubisoft also posted a new trailer called "Luck Don't Live Here" to outline a few of the Ghost Recon Online's features. Players will now be able to play in Holdout Game Mode, where teams fight over a single capture point. The mode capitalizes on teamwork and strategy. Balaklava Sub Pen, the game's newest map, is designed specifically for Holdout. The map is inspired by a formerly classified Ukrainian underground facility that operated until 1993. Part of the update also includes a tweak to clan matches, and players can now set up custom battles. The update comes alongside the release of the Triton...
By Dave Tach on Oct 26, 2012 10.26.12
In this new Ghost Recon Online trailer, lead game designer Jesse Knapp explains the game's new clan system, which fosters teamwork by building social bonds in the free-to-play online shooter. Ghost Recon Online's clan management went live with a patch on Wednesday. In early 2013, Ubisoft will add competitive aspects to clans, including ranked matches and leaderboards. Check out the clan system in action in the video above.