Published On: Tue, Jan 31st, 2017

Ghost Recon Wildlands Documentary Trailer Showcases a South American Drug Trade

Learn a bit about a fight on drugs. Ubisoft announced that they are operative on a companion documentary for Ghost Recon Wildlands that focuses on a South American drug trade.

The film ‘Wildlands’ will prominence a stories that desirous a debate for a open-world third-person shooter Ghost Recon Wildlands’ illusory Bolivian backdrop.

Narrating a film is Rusty Young, a author of a New York Times best-seller, Marching Powder. Rusty travels all by South America to a United States and chats with all a vital players concerned in area’s heroin trade.

Colin Offland, Game Director, described what it took to accumulate a source element for Wildlands:

We spoke to a people who know a drug trade improved than anyone else; iconic characters, from possibly side of a law, who have tangible this continent’s scandalous image. The fight on drugs is a formidable one and we give viewers rare discernment to a people who have made this landscape, enabling a improved bargain of a tellurian emanate that affects us all.

Some of a iconic people that a documentary highlights is George Jung who was played by Johnny Depp in a film Blow, and Tomas McFadden, a former drug trafficker. There’s even an talk with ex-Navy Seal, Adam Newbold, who talks about his 20 years operative in South America.

The Wildlands documentary will recover on Mar 7 alongside Ghost Recon Wildlands on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4.

Finally, Geoffroy Sardin, Senior Vice President of Marketing during Ubisoft gave us his thoughts on a documentary:

Wildlands is a thought-provoking depiction of this formidable issue. This theme matter has amassed outrageous tellurian seductiveness and we trust that, as a messenger to Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, we take gamers and viewers of Wildlands on a tour of find of an emanate that continues to hold and intruigued tellurian audiences.

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