Ghost Recon coming to PSP, Wii later this year


Today, Ubisoft is announced two new Ghost Recon titles - Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Predator for the PlayStation Portable and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon for Wii. They'll both be out this November, far in advance of Ghost Recon Future Soldier which was revealed earlier this year.

Predator finds the Ghosts in Sri Lanka, with players using high-tech equipment to infiltrate enemy lines while gaining experience to upgrade and customize your squad. The game will fear an ad-ho cooperative mode for up to three players, in case you don't want to go into this one alone.

The Wii version of Ghost Recon is said to be a "true Ghost Recon experience," with 12 missions that range from the streets of Moscow to villages in Norway. The game will also feature two-player single-screen co-op, with drop-in and dropout. Added to the mix will be an arcade mode, where players compete for highest scores which you can compare with other Ghosts on world leaderboards.

We'll have more on both games later with full previews. In the meantime, check out a trailer of the Wii game in action along with some screens from both titles.

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