Friday, 11 May 2012 14:44
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Ubisoft has just put out a new trailer for the upcoming short film, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Alpha.
The film is a 25-minute short movie to Future Soldier, and follows the Ghosts as they are dropped deep behind enemy lines in their hunt for one of the world's most sought-after war criminals (of the future).
Said to be deeply connected to the videogame's story, Ghost Recon Alpha features the same four-man squad in Future Soldier and the events within the film take place immediately before a key turning point in the game's narrative, an attack on a major European city. Furthermore, the location in which the movie takes place will be one of the multiplayer maps in the game.
Those who watch the movie can gain access to a secret code used to unlock an exclusive weapon in the game proper, through the Ghost Recon Network.
Along with a host of huge credits for the film's production, the film was directed by Academy Award winners HervÃ© de CrÃ©cy and FranÃ§ois Alaux, who won an award for Logorama in 2010. You can watch the full version on May 14.
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