Ubisoft have just unleashed its latest game Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2 onto the Xbox Live marketplace in the form of a single player demo. The demo weights in at 625.54mb and already thousands are jumping online simply to get a taste of what Ubisoft has to offer in its latest Tom Clancy title.
Ubisoft went one step further and released this fact sheet about the demo: In the GRAW 2 single-player demo, which is set during the second mission of the game, Scott Mitchell must lead the Ghost team in Mexico to clean a rebel camp on the outskirts of the city of Juarez with the goal of destroying a number of objectives to open a breach for the allied loyalist Mexican army.
The player starts as a lone wolf, and then progresses through different levels, acquiring a number of new tools, weapons and abilities, such as commanding the Ghost squad and both the UAV Cypher and M.U.L.E support drones. All of these tools fall under direct player control, thanks to the new Cross Com 2.0, which allows precise control of these latest marvels of military technology.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter® 2 is scheduled for release on the Xbox 360™ video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system and Games 4 Windows® in March 2007, with the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system version scheduled to release in June 2007.
Sadly it has already been dubbed by many as GRAW 1.5, but hopefully it can shake that tag when its finally released. The PS3 version of the game was recently delayed until June, but as of yet there is no sign of the same thing happening to the 360 version.
Keep an eye out for more news on GRAW 2 and its full review here at 360Monter.
Originally Written By: Lee Matthews