Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands released on March 7, 2017. An open world tactical shooter game developed by Ubisoft Paris. The game is developed for PC, PS4 and Xbox One and it is the tenth installment in the Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon franchise. This installment is special as it is first one in the series to feature an open world environment. This article article gives the details about Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands multiplayer guide.
The game features a Co-op mode teaming you up with three other players. Teamwork is of the utmost importance for succeeding in tough missions and objectives. Playing offline will give the player three AI partners. This guide will serve as a multiplayer guide for the game.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands: Multiplayer Guide
First up, creating your character for multiplayer.
- You are able to customize your gender, facial features and clothing to give your character a unique look.
- Your customized character will appear in the game’s cutscenes giving you that uniqueness feel.
- And not to worry, customized characters won’t affect the loadout, skills or anything else related to character growth.
Now, how to setup multiplayer sessions?
It is quite simple.
- You can send invites to players via the Squad Lobby menu or you can join sessions already in progress.
- You can drop in and out anytime you want but the only restriction here is that you can only play with players with the same console device as yours.
- Public matchmaking is enabled so players can join your session even if you aren’t friends.
- You can also create private password-protected lobbies for you and your friends.
Lastly, about multiplayer fast travel.
- In online mode, every player gains the ability to fast travel to the position of other players. This is helpful when a rookie player enters the multiplayer world, who does not have rally points open in specific areas.
- To fast travel to your teammate’s location, use your drone or binoculars and look towards the icon of that player.
- This will prompt a fast travel option only if you aren’t engaged in combat or aren’t being hunted.