In Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter Mexico City has been overrun by terrorists and only the Ghost Recon team can restore order ?through the use of extreme violence.
You command not just your three team mates but a high-tech array of weapons, armoured vehicles and aircraft.
Unlike all other versions of Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, the Xbox 360 version gives players a choice between using either a third-person or first-person perspective during the campaign mode, and also features a unique covering system that allows the player to duck behind objects for protection from gun-fire while performing tactical maneuvers such as pop-and-shoot.
In addition, some levels feature on-rail sections in which players must eliminate as many enemies as possible from their airborne transport via the use of a mounted gun, and if a mission provides them with a squad, they may issue orders only to the entire squad via the cross-com system and not to individual squad members. Players cannot recover ammo from fallen enemies but can take their weapons if needed, otherwise they must re-arm at either rally points or ammo stations.