French game developing giant Ubisoft has unveiled, at the E3, its newest and the fourth addition to the Ghost Recon series called 'Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier'.

The game will put players in the role of Sergeant John Kozak who fights along with three squad mates across the globe ranging from Africa to the Arctic Circle. A set of 14 campaign missions have been added and the combat will include close-quarter combats, tactical take-downs and intense strikes.

A Cross-Com system has been introduced to allow players co-ordinate their attacks. A new augmented reality system, A.T.L.A.S., will provide players real-time feedback and intelligence on the developing situation across the battlefield.

Set for a 2012 release, this will be the first time the developers will be introducing stealth kills in the series. The game is also set to display elite co-op play and more than 50 new enhanced weapons, developers said.

Founded in 1986, Ubisoft is the third-largest independent video game publisher in Europe, and the fourth largest in the United States, a report on the PlayStation Universe said.