Ubisoft has finally revealed the first details and media of the sequel to this year's seminal 360 Clancy shooter, Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter.

Advanced Warfighter 2 is set to feature a new border-hopping plot that has the Ghost team out to stop the Mexican rebels from attacking US soil. As such, GRAW 2 will have you fighting in both the USA and Mexico, in the bordering towns of El Paso, Texas and Juarez, making for some new terrain other than the first game's dusty Mexico City.

CVG was recently invited to visit the development studio in Paris for a world first look at GRAW2, and it's certainly packing some significant improvements over the first game, like improved enemy AI, a new character class system along with gameplay additions like the unmanned artillery drone, which can be used for mobile cover among other things.

This time around the Ghosts are packing a bit more firepower as well, with the Integrated Warfighter System and Cross-Com 2.0 up their sleeves which lets you expand your picture-in-picture display to full-screen and see what your Drone sees in explicit detail.

Graphically, it's look even more spectacular as well, with new particle, physics and dynamic lighting systems that allow for some visually spectacular smoke and explosions as well as dynamic weather effects on the battlefield.

That's all we can reveal for now, but check back on Monday when we'll have an exclusive behind the scenes look at GRAW 2, along with developer interviews and new media - It's going to be GRAW-some.

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