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GRAW 2: maybe for PS3? |

My friends and I enjoy playing Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter on the Xbox 360. We especially like Co-op Elimination, where the four of us are placed on a map with a bunch of bots to destroy. The bots could be a little bit more clever, but it’s still a lot of fun.

Ubisoft has not announced whether or not the PS3 will get a version of GRAW 2, unfortunately. But I’m crossing my fingers that the PS3 will get some GRAW lovin’.

Some details about the game have leeked out, however.

  • Dynamic weather conditions
  • Object translucency
  • “God Rays”
    God Rays is a graphical technique that simulates the way light goes around an opaque surface
  • New smoke effects
  • Mexico and US locations.

Here’s hoping!

GRAW 2: first details!

  • luke

    To be completely honest with you, i think this is the most overrated xbox 360. But i’ll check the next one out…

  • GRAW is not overrated. It was the first tactical shooter I enjoyed, and the first Ghost Recon game I played to the end, and on Hard mode. The latest issue of GI states the game is coming to PS3 and Xbox 360 next year.

  • Tom

    The latest issue of GameInformer apparently has a preview saying that it is coming to both PS3 and xbox360.

    I’m not a huge fan of the series, but I know a lot of people love it.

  • Great news for me! I just hope we don’t get gypped out of all the features the Xbox 360 version will have. Like CoD3.

  • Maybe??

    As Tom said, GI already confirmed a PS3 release… which also isnt too far off, as GRAW also had a PC (and the crappy other console versions) version…

  • Sweet! I had a blast playing GRAW with my friends on the 360

  • matt

    IF you own both systems I would go with the 360 version. I would think that the online would just be much better on 360.

    If you only own a PS3 than hopefully you guys get the game. GR:AW is not my type of game, but a lot of people love the series.

    Ubisoft usually gets a GR:AW game out every year and unless they have a really hard time developing that shouldn’t change.

  • matt: you can’t say that now. You don’t know what the final versions will be like. Talking about putting the cart before the horse!