By Aldo Panessidi
For all you fellow you gamers have been patiently awaiting Ubisoft’s release of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Commander since it was announced back in April. hold on to your game/console controller … a ready to play Ghost Recon Commander is now available on Facebook.
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Unlike its console and PC counterpart game, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier (which is also launching this week), Ghost Recon Commander is not a 3D first person shooter but a 2D version of the series.
Watch the following short debut trailer :
Ghost Recon Commander has an overhead viewpoint with social elements like players being given the option to team up with their Facebook friends to form alliances and complete missions. The Facebook game is also integrated with the console game, allowing players to unlock characters, and earn points and currency that can be used in both games.
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The Ghost Recon Commander screen features ten “re-playable missions, three difficulty levels and lots of weapons to for carrying out missions. Other features and weapons become available as you progress in the game. Unlocks and other features that are provided in the Facebook environment can be used to unlock features within console and PC versions.
Games aren’t new territory for Facebook. The site is filled with social and casual games like AngryBirds and FarmVille. While Facebook followers have made these games incredibly popular, there haven’t been any titles to attract the hardcore gaming crowd. With the release of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Commander, Ubisoft wants to change that.