Ghost Recon: Wildlands is set to be released on console and on PC next week, but ahead of that time Ubisoft released a new trailer that showcases the features of the PC version of the game.

In the trailer, we see footage that was captured on a GeForce GTX card, showing the graphics that you will be able to get and the settings that you will be able to adjust them with.

It also reveals that you will be able to set the game at 60 FPS with a resolution of up to 4K.

There’s also a HBAO+ setting for better-looking shadows, with volumetric lighting, and some “turf tech” that will make the grass look more lifelike and respond authentically.

Wildlands will also use Nvidia’s capturing tool called Ansel, which lets players record and share gameplay.

Ubisoft also noted that the video shows an uncapped frame rate, which you can also enable in the video options and presets.

Check it out below.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and on the PC from March 7th.

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