Today Ubisoft, one of the worldâ€™s largest videogame publishers, announces new maps, missions and modes exclusively for the XboxÂ® version of Tom Clancyâ€™s Ghost ReconÂ® 2. Tom Clancyâ€™s Ghost ReconÂ® 2 MultiMission (working title) will provide a wealth of new single and multiplayer missions that plunge Xbox players into the dangerous, heart-racing world of the Ghosts, an elite military team who is the first and last line of defense on the battlefield.
Players will experience the exciting fast-paced action of the original Tom Clancyâ€™s Ghost ReconÂ® 2 as they face fresh challenges and discover new options for completing mission objectives. In this installment, the Ghosts will be outfitted with an innovative arsenal that is entirely new to the franchise. In addition, players will be able to choose new skins and specify multiplayer kit restrictions.
Gamers will discover a total of 11 exciting single player missions, in which the Ghosts fight through some of Kazakhstanâ€™s harshest terrain, in addition to 16 multiplayer maps. Extensive multiplayer content will not only include the game modes that made Tom Clancyâ€™s Ghost ReconÂ® 2 the No. 2 game on XboxÂ® Liveâ„¢, but also add two new ones exclusive to Tom Clancyâ€™s Ghost ReconÂ® 2 MultiMission (working title).
With more than eight million copies sold, the Tom Clancyâ€™s Ghost ReconÂ® series has established itself as one of the most realistic and modern military shooters today and has transformed the online multiplayer experience.
Developed by Ubisoftâ€™s award-winning Red Storm studio, Tom Clancyâ€™s Ghost ReconÂ® 2 MultiMission (working title) will be released worldwide in Summer 2005.
About Tom Clancyâ€™s Ghost ReconÂ® 2 MultiMission (working title):
The Kazakh President has been assassinated by a Pakistani warlord attempting to take control of the country. Follow the Ghosts as they work in concert with U.N. forces to track him and his military across Kazakhstan. The Ghosts are the only chance to thwart his attacks against high profile targets and to prevent national devastation.