Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Multiplayer Trailer and Screenshots

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is the latest entry in the Ghost Recon third-person shooter series, and will be the first game in the franchise to have a futuristic theme. In the game, players join up with a Ghost team using advanced technology to track down the dirty bomb that killed their comrades. Players can take command of robotic drones in combat, and other weapons are fully customizable with the new Gunsmith feature. Weapons are unlocked with progress, and credits earned from multiplayer can be used to buy more weapon parts and upgrades. A more in-depth look at the multiplayer gameplay is offered by the trailer and screenshots after the jump.

Adversarial Multiplayer Information:

  • Up to 12 players in 6 Vs 6 matches for a fast-paced, intense online experience
  • 4 game modes (Conflict, Saboteur, Decoy, Siege) focused on objectives and cooperation
  • Select from 3 classes (Rifleman, Engineer and Scout) and unlock new gear to battle online across 10 maps
  • Gain XP points to level up, customize and progress your character
  • Gather intel on enemies’ positions and seamlessly share it with teammates
  • Use the suppression system to pin enemies down while teammates flank

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is expected to be released on May 22, 2012 for 360 and PS3, and on June 12, 2012 for PC. The 360 version will have Kinect support, allowing for customization through hand gestures and voice commands. Access to the multiplayer beta will be given starting April 19, 2012 to players who pre-order from GameStop, own Splinter Cell Conviction, or have a Uplay account. Until then, check out the trailer and screenshots below.

Breanna has been gaming since infancy, if gnawing on an unattended controller counts as playing a game. One of the younger members of the Gaming Trend family, she dabbled in PC games as a kid but wasn't fully consumed by the hobby until the sixth generation of consoles. Now an avid PC and console gamer, she looks forward to the day when she can scape together enough cash to join the next gen club.

In the last week of middle school, a math teacher taught her how to program a calculator; she was pretty much hooked then and there. Currently working towards a degree in Computer Science and Applied Math, Breanna hope to someday make games instead of just writing about them. Other hobbies include playing guitar, binge-watching Netflix, and cooking delicious food.

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