Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Narco Road

Ubisoft
Apr 18, 2017 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
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Critic Reviews for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands - Narco Road

Besides that, you play through a bunch of boring, forgettable missions with a story that seems to be written as a total afterthought. Meanwhile, the only thing enticing you to explore is that need to gain Twitter followers, and it's a shame you have to do so many poorly designed side missions in order to hit that magic number. I truly pity anyone who actually spent money to get this.

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A DLC that's not the most inspired post-launch content that we've seen. Almost everything is improveable, and nothing here is worth its price.

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With miserable gameplay, terrible story, and utterly unfunny jokes, Narco Road's idiotic antics destroy everything the main game managed to accomplish.

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Narco Road isn't that bad, but it clearly seems out of purpose to the Ghost Recon series' roots: the tactical combat and stealth mechanics. All of the content is focused on vehicles, which still is more hard to drive than a wagon pulled by a cripple mule. That and its high price make Narco Road completely avoidable.

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