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Who can forget the incredibly authentic commentary of "real" players talking over their Tom Clancy's The Division multiplayer sessions in trailers from past E3 conferences? Well, you can have more of that in an honestly impressive showing of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands gameplay, that shows us a host of vehicles that will be at your disposal on any given mission.

The target is El Pozolero, and our four players are seen coordinating their shots and movement in slick unison as they garner clues around a settlement as to discover the whereabouts of their man. One player gives someone a lift in a helicopter to another small area teeming with enemies in this open world of possibilities, which already makes it seem leagues above the linearity of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.

Eventually this camp of cartel thugs discovers that these agents are after them, and El Pozolero attempts to escape in a truck. A fun sequence follows where several players escape via a truck and motorcycles, eventually catching up with and sending their target crashing to the side of a road, who the agents quickly extract by loading up onto their helicopter.

While it doesn't seem as in-depth, we actually got Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain vibes with how many ways in which players can carry out and navigate a mission like this. Do you think Wildlands has the potential to be a solid co-op iteration of Kojima's latest venture? Would you be interested in playing this with friends, or even solo? Blaze it in the comments section below.