Ghost Recon: Wildlands could soon support AI character customization
Ghost Recon: Wildlands fans have been requesting Ubisoft to add AI customization support for a long, long time. Players can customize their own character, but they can’t customize their AI team.
There are tens of forum threads where players ask Ubisoft to improve the game by offering them the possibility to customize their AI teammates. Up until recently, Ubisoft did not reply to these suggestions.
Yes, I’d also like to be able to customize my AI squad. I’m not asking to change their gender or even weapons, but definitely their clothing options and maybe even hair and facial hair.
The good news is that one of the Ghost Recon: Wildlands forum moderators recently posted a message on a Reddit forum thread, informing gamers that their suggestions regarding AI customization had been forwarded to the team.
Many players had already lost all hope that AI customization support would be added, especially after Ubisoft had previously confirmed that they couldn’t add this feature due to technical limitations.
For the time being, there is no information available as to the exact AI teammate customization features. However, some players fear that Ubisoft will sell AI squadmate outfits when AI customization support is added.
Considering the flags we all wanted are behind a paywall – and outfits are being sold I too foresee a dark future where they sell AI Squadmate outfits and if that day comes, I shall rage.
Well, playing the full game had one thing. I am now so outraged at the limited squad commands and how stupid the AI Squadmates are that the fact that I cannot customize them do not feel like that big an issue
We’ll keep an eye on Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ official page and we’ll update this article as soon as new information is available.
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