Ubisoft today announced a fourth-quarter fiscal update. In the update was the news that GRAW 2 is in the works, which does not come as much of a surprise.
This was to be expected and I hope it lives up to the original.
Now hopefully the campaign will be good as well
it would have been better if your squad wasn't mentally challenged at times, and would actually respond to your orders when engaged in a firefight. hopefully they will give back voice commands like summit strike along with camera control. add the sound recognition of chaos theory to where the enemies can hear you, so that you have to use silent commands at times. an mmo ghost would be nice too. have a huge war with different branches of the military, and most of your enemies are actual people. have squadrons with different assignments to accomplish. just me though.
Prays for Unreal 3 Engine to be used...
GRAW was a great game, Hopefully they will add (the very small details) more to it. What I mean is the more harh reviews (and myself) found things which seemed out of place or slightly lacking.
I will buy GRAW 2.
I had great fun with this game, until they released Chapter 2 which almost forced people to buy it to play multiplayer. I for one was not interested in getting newly lit maps for $15, so I set that game aside and haven't played it since.
They rushed the first one and look how awesome it was, one of the best ever, and now a second which will take fuller advantage of the Xbox 360 WOW!!!
I can't wait.
Well i got GRAW but i was not going to buy chapter 2 as its £10 which should of be included in the game in the first place but i'm gonna buy GRAW 2.
Well I hope that they make the online play much, much better! The offline campaine was good but the online play sucked badly!
i loved graw,but i was desapointed in one thing....we dont see the gun in the fps view...i really hope they'll had that for graw2! and maybe use the same system as rainbow six vegas for cover,i think its by far the best cover system of all!
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