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Latest Inside Recon Talks Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Tech

Posted on Thursday, March 1 @ 17:46:25 PST by

The latest Inside Recon video talks up the upcoming third-person shooter's technology. Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will put fairly forward-thinking tools and toys in players hands so they can better survey and own the battlefield.

OK, enough about them. Let's talk about the weird voice in this video! It sounds like one of the developer's kid brother's. Or Mouse from The Matrix. Maybe this kid can get us a more private meeting with one of the Ghost Recon guys in red.

All that said, the whole transforming UAV device and some of the visual filters in Ghost Recon: Future Soldier seem really cool. I haven't played single-player, but the multiplayer was the kind of hardcore experience most Dutiers won't be ready for. Will you be trying out the beta come April?

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is slated for May on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
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