Ghost Recon Goes Gold for PC

A painful three-year hiatus for Ghost Recon fans on the PC will soon be coming to an end, as the developers of Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter have announced that the game has gone gold. When developers or publishers say that a game has gone gold, they mean that the game has been completed, and a master disc has been shipped out to the publishing company for production. Even more enticing than the game™s upcoming release is the fact that it provides a very different experience from its console counterpart. Most of the differences lie in the game™s overall presentation and gameplay style, as the story from the console version has been carried over to the PC. The biggest difference is that the PC version will be a first person shooter, unlike the third person game available on the consoles. The levels are a bit larger, and have been tweaked in order to force gamers to use tactical play and strategy. In brief, the PC version is likely to be much more difficult than the console version. The console version is a top-selling game on all platforms, so hopefully the game™s exemplary qualities can carry over to the PC, despite the significant gameplay changes. GRAW will be available for the PC on May 3, 2006.


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