Ubisoft released another Ghost Recon Wildlands video trailer and this time, the focus is not on the game but the music.
Ghost Recon Wildlands has been gaining massive amounts of popularity due to its gameplay and mind blowing graphics. But in this new trailer released, one can appreciate that the game’s music also helps in the experience.
Alain Johannes, the person responsible for creating Ghost Recon’s sound, shared his thoughts on the game. He said that creating it was a “dream come true”. Johannes expressed that the gameplay and title played a huge part in creating the sound for the game making it more “intimate” and “cinematic”.
Alain Johannes is known for his works on Them Crooked Ventures, Arctic Monkeys, Queens of the Stone Age and more.
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The video also featured Music Supervisor Manu Bachlet and Audio Director Ghislain Soufflet. They spoke about the production process of how the game’s sound was made. Usually, they send composers certain instructions what to do. For instance, they send in their desired tempos and incorporating them into the game’s themes. But with Johannes, Bachlet and Soufflet only showed him the game’s scenery, gameplay and setting and had Johannes interpret it for a more natural sound.
Getting The Feel Of The Game
It wasn’t that easy to just whip up the sounds. For the game to be as authentic as possible, the creators went to Bolivia where the game was based on and added extra effort in taking in real life game sounds. The developers trained with units in the Bolivian army to better grasp the military operations and culture in the country.
It is no doubt that Ghost Recon is going to be one of 2017’s biggest games. Ghost Recon Wildlands will be available on the Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC on March 7, 2017.
Check out Ubisoft’s video below: