Ghost Recon: Wildlands PC Trailer Shows Off Graphics Features, Confirms Uncapped Frame Rate

Check out the newest video for the open-world game.

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With the launch of Ghost Recon: Wildlands coming up next week, Ubisoft today put out a new trailer that showcases the game's PC version. The footage on display in the video was captured on a Geforce GTX card; you can toggle the settings to watch at 60 FPS and with a resolution of up to 4K.

Shown off in the video are a number of technical features that help the game look better such as HBAO+ (for better-looking shadows), volumetric lighting, and "turf tech" that makes grass look more lifelike and respond authentically. Additionally, Wildlands uses Nvidia's capturing tool, Ansel, to let players record and share their gameplay.

Ubisoft also explains in the video that Wildlands has an uncapped frame rate, as well as "dozens" of video options and presets. For more, check out the PC requirements and specs here.

In other news about Wildlands, the Bolivian government has said it takes issue with the country's depiction in the game as it relates to drug-trafficking and may take legal action against Ubisoft.

Wildlands launches on March 7 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Its betas attracted more than 6.8 million players, setting a new Ubisoft record.

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