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Submitted by TnS 2871d ago | interview

GRAW 2 PC Q&A and a new video from the PC version

Developer Q&A on the upcoming Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 for PC.

From the interview:

I heard GRAW2 X360 is already out, what are the differences with the PC version?

Two different teams are working on the games. The entire PC version is being developed by GRIN, with the objective to create the tactical shooter reference on the platform. In terms of game design, technology & controls, the games go in different directions, but share the Ghost Recon background (high-tech gear, accuracy…) & the storyline. Regarding the Maps, Multiplayer modes & Single Player feel, it's totally worth it to play both games, as each gets the most out of its respective platform. Think about reading two books relating to the same events: two different visions of the same scene. (PC, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2)

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gta_cb  +   2871d ago
cool, some good information, i wounder if the Xbox 360 will have those maps which PS3 are getting in Marketplace for purchase, or for free =D

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