Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Gets Kinect Controls And A Trailer

Forming its basis on a real-life military super soldier tech plan, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is set to have gamers take the forefront in futuristic warfare. The in-development cover-based shooter gives you access to tons of technology you could only dream about using in real-life, such as a cloaking suit, tiny drones and other high-tech gadgets.

During today’s E3 press conference, Ubisoft revealed a new trailer for the game, showing some new gameplay footage. Set in a dirty/dusty environment, the footage shown is very heavy on three things: tech, cover and gunfire.

Earlier today, it was also revealed that the game will include Kinect support through its XBOX 360 version. The motion controls will be available in a version-specific Gunsmith mode, allowing gun fans to use their body to customize their weapons – piece by piece. Not only that, but they can also use their physical digits to take those weapons out on the target range.

In fact, Ubisoft president Yves Guillemot, went on record to say that all future iterations of the series will feature some sort of motion control capabilities.

What do you think? Looking forward to this one?

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