Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands (to give its full and awkward title) takes you to Bolivia, where the Santa Blanca cartel has taken over and is making life a living hell for the populace.
It's your job to infiltrate the area as part of a small team of elite soldiers in order to take down the cartel. It won't be easy and you'll have to work together to distrupt supply lines, eliminate low level members and work your way to the head of the snake.
Ubisoft just showed off a bunch of footage, starting with a gorgeous CG trailer which sets up the conflict.
That's nice and glossy, and comes in the pretty trademarked Ubisoft style of slightly stylised characters. It sounds like you're after one bad dude, though it's a little strange that its not at all clear who sent you to invade an actual real life country.
Here's another look at gameplay in a quick trailer that's all about how cool you can look wingsuiting into the wastelands.
Finally here's the good stuff, almost 10 minutes of continuous gameplay with a team looking to take down a character called El Pozolero who has a pretty grisly job. You'll have to start off by gathering intel to find out where he is, then co-ordinate to not die.
It doesn't seem like they were ever in any danger of failing so lets hope the final game is a bit more challenging. The banter is also pretty forced, but that's not so surprising either in a carefully controlled demo.
The gameplay looks nice enough right now but the real star of the show is just how big the playable area is, with no loading as you traverse large areas of the map. Being able to hang back as support as a sniper, or even in a helicopter, to survey the action of your friends sounds pretty neat.
Ghost Recon Wildlands is set for release on the 7th of March, 2017 on PS4, Xbox One and PC.