Split Screen – Ghost Recon Wildlands
Couch co-op has always been a staple of the gaming action scene, yet sadly it has slowly been phased out by the online components added into games. Ghost Recon Wildlands is one of those titles, as the largely co-op experience does not feature split screen of any kind. This is a bit of a puzzling choice as the game has a heavy emphasis on playing with other human players, so its absence is noticeable. This is especially true given the A.I. are not exactly reliable in most firefights, with their commands being limited to a very general four choices
Without human players, it’s nearly impossible to perform any kind of elaborate or even advanced maneuver in Ghost Recon Wildlands. If you are looking to play with friends, make sure they are getting the game as well, since it’s impossible to play split screen in this title. To actually join a game with other people that aren’t on your couch, simply bring up your tactical menu and scroll to the far left tab. From here you can invite or join your friends games, play with random users, or even ban specific players from ever coming up again. Just make sure everyone has a stable internet, the last thing you want is to lag during a big firefight or stealth section.
For more guides, tips, and info make sure to visit our Ghost Recon Wildlands wiki.