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The future tech of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier


12:00 PM on 03.05.2012



It looks like the future is going to be a scary place with invisible, all-seeing assassins who blow crap up and break down doors and windows for fun. My vision of a future solider involves more singing and dancing and possibly shark guns. Sunglasses still feature prominently though.

Ghost Recon: Future Solider is coming to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC this May. Ghost Recon: Dance Master Shark Edition will be out when Ubisoft buys my idea.

The future tech of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier photo
The future tech of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier photo
The future tech of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier photo
The future tech of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier photo
The future tech of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier photo
The future tech of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier photo
The future tech of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier photo
The future tech of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier photo







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