Ubisoft revealed a brand new trailer for their upcoming shooter Ghost Recon: Breakpoint and it's a bit different. It combines the games' graphics with vintage-style cartoons and also includes five stories which are re-imagined fairy tales.
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is just over a month away from the official release date which is why the publisher Ubisoft have started to share a ton of details about their upcoming shooter. Ubisoft will also host a closed beta next week and if you pre-ordered the game, you get guaranteed access but there's also option to register for the test and hope that Ubisoft send you an invite.
Until the beta officially kicks off, you can take a look at some of the features in Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, which have been detailed in the latest Big Bad Wolves video. Just as you start watching it, you'll probably notice that the trailer is a bit unusual.
It layers the classic, vintage-looking cartoons over the game's graphics and we have to say the final result looks pretty unique and wacky. The trailer also consists of five stories, which explain some of the game's features like reviving, camouflage, drones and more.
For instance, Little Camo Riding Hood is a homage to classic story Little Red Riding Hood but instead of warning you about wolves in grandmother's clothing, it's teaching players how to hide from the enemy and camouflage themselves with dirt.
Furthermore, Sleeping buddy shows players how to save a fallen teammate with a power of magic instead of medkits. It also ends pretty hilariously with two mates running down the beach with sunglasses and cocktails.
The video narrator adds even more classic cartoons flavour to the whole Big Bad Wolves story. It's safe to say that this way, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is on a good way to receive a PEGI 3 rating.