Best of Community Music

04/08/2017 05:00 PM

As DJ Perico could tell you, music can be a powerful device for expressing a narrative. We have collected several music videos, crafted by the community, which tackle the perspectives of the Ghosts, civilians, and even El Sueño. To show our appreciation, we would like to share a few of the music videos created by the dedicated and talented Ghost Recon Wildlands community.


“Kill A Ghost” from NerdOut (Prod. By Boston)

This song was dropped on the week of Ghost Recon Wildlands’ release, and is an excellent soundtrack to get into that Ghost state of mind.



“Welcome To The Cartel” by Daddyphatsnaps

Written from the perspective of El Sueño himself, this is the only track on this list that would be appropriate for DJ Perico to spin on Santa Blanca Radio. “Welcome to the Cartel” lays out the options offered to a would-be sicario in sufficiently brutal terms.



“GEISTER” by Hubi

Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Hubi performs a techno-infused metal track from the perspective of the nameless, faceless Ghosts



“Still Our Home” from Sound of Gaming with Hannah Adams

(Parody of “I Don't Wanna Live Forever” by Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik) Laid upon the foundation of ZAYN and Taylor Swift’s hit “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”, “Still Our Home” speaks for those most affected by the Santa Blanca Cartel: the innocent civilians who endure life under the rule of El Sueño. Ultimately, emboldened by the Ghosts’ actions, the narrator takes up arms in rebellion to end the reign of fear.



“This Land is Wild” by Yes.Mustache - Video Game Inspired Music.

Largely inspired by 90’s G-Funk, this father and son duo wrote a song from the Ghosts’ perspective as they hunt down El Sueño. Of note, the video offers in-depth insights into the creation of the track from a musician’s perspective.



“Feliz Unidad” by snijboer

YouTuber snijboer offers this dancy take on a festive song, celebrating (and warning us about) the under-represented Unidad forces.



“No HUD? Whats Equipped? Identify and Remember It Song” by BenjoRippin

If you’re playing with no HUD and you’re a fan of grenade-class weapons, BenjoRippin is here to help. This is a mnemonic device in the form of a song, with the hopes that the chorus will let the listener remember what is in their grenade slot.



We’re grateful for the creativity, talent, and effort that the community puts into these songs and videos. If you have a music video that you would like to share with us, please tag us on Twitter using @GhostRecon or #GhostReconWildlands, or share it directly through the Ghost Recon Network.

For more intel on Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, please keep an eye on and be sure to visit our official forums as well as the subreddit.

To keep track of your stats and find other Ghosts to join your Taskforce, log-in to the Ghost Recon Network and download the Ghost Recon HQ App.


Special Operation 4 Patch Notes

Check out what’s new in Special Operation 4.

26/02/201905:00 PM

Read more


Special Operation 4 Highlights

Here are the highlights from our Special Operation 4 Update.

26/02/201905:00 PM

Read more


Guerrilla Mode: Developer Q&A

Learn more about the brand new PvE mode coming in Special Operation 4: Guerrilla Mode.

26/02/201906:00 PM

Read more


Welcome to Special Operation 4

Get the first intel drop on Special Operation 4 coming February.

19/02/201905:00 PM

Read more


Ghost Recon Wildlands Photo Mode Contest: the winners

It is time to announce the three winners from our very first Photo Mode Contest!

08/02/201905:00 PM

Read more

+ news