Justin Lee On February 15, 2007 at 7:04 am

Ubisoft sends over a little fact sheet about the late March release of Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 (GRAW 2) and some new screenshots.

Following up the 2006 BAFTA-winning Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (GRAW) on Xbox 360, Ubisoft brings the sequel GRAW2, with more of what fans loved about the original with 12 single player missions, 14 multiplayer maps, and a 6 mission coop campaign.

Following the failure of the "coup d’état" in Mexico City Mexican rebels have gathered their remaining forces along the US border. The Ghosts have less than 72 hours to stop a nuclear attack.
Lead your team of elite Special Forces for the first time on US soil – straddling the border between Juarez, Mexico and El Paso, Texas. You are the last line of defense and must do what it takes to protect your country.

Key Features:

Cross Com 2.0 unprecedented level of power and control:
The CROSS-COM is now visible in a full-screen view! Players can directly control and give orders to battlefield elements, such as drones, M.U.L.E., helicopters, Bradley’s and squad-mates.

The most authentic modern warfare:
The addition of separate classes will provide a unique gameplay experience. The player builds his strategy and chooses the most adapted squad.
Thanks to next-gen effects – such as real-time shadows, HDR lighting, extremely realistic water, smoke, and fire effects – players will be immersed in stunning and living war zones.

Expanding on the online features that made the original GRAW so popular, GRAW2 adds:

Brand new 6 original mission co-op campaign with a fully immersive experience and storyline. Featuring open-ended play that rewards teamwork as you play with up to sixteen players.

14 new adversarial multiplayer maps, an expanded arsenal of multinational weapons, character customization options, new optimizing re-spawn system, new female operatives and hundreds of new game mode options are available.

Developer: Ubisoft Tiwak (single-player). Red Storm (multiplayer)

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