Ghost Recon: Future Soldier trailer cloaks and explodes

A live-action trailer of Ghost Recon: Future Solider directed by Ben More of Little Mix, a Ridley Scott and Associates company, has been released by Ubisoft today. To sum up the trailer in four words, I’ll tell you that it’s bad ass future warfare.

The trailer depicts the Ghosts on the hunt for a wanted war criminal in Moscow. Weapons of high technology are seen and a Ghost can use them to take down an entire army and vanish from sight a few seconds later.

If you enjoy this live-action trailer, be glad to know that Oscar winners Hervé de Crécy and François Alaux of Little Minx, a company of Ridley Scott and Associates, are working with Ubisoft on a short film based on the Ghost Recon franchise set to arrive later this year. Looks like they’re following the Assassin’s Creed: Lineage approach.

Check out three stills of the live-action trailer at the gallery. The actual video can be seen below.

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