Watch The Explosive Ghost Recon: Wildlands Launch Trailer

The open-world game is almost here.

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Ahead of its release tomorrow, Ubisoft today published the launch trailer for Ghost Recon: Wildlands. The video sets up the story of how you're taking down a drug cartel in near-future Bolivia and also shows off some particular dramatic and exciting chase scenes and shootouts.

It also makes a point to reference how players can "team up" to take down the cartel, which is a reference to the game's four-player co-op. Wildlands, which contains the largest map ever for an open-world Ubisoft game, can also be played solo. The trailer is embedded above.

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.

For more on Wildlands, check out GameSpot's review in progress and what other critics are saying. We are expecting to have a full review available in the coming days.

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