The trailer focuses on the game's single player campaign, with the tagline "only the dead fight fair."
Through gameplay footage, it shows many of the gadgets players will use such as cloaking camouflage and drones.
Originally scheduled for release last year, Ubisoft has said the delays to Ghost Recon: Future Soldier were necessary to keep the game's identity unique.
The game's director Eric Couzian told Digital Spy: "We have tried many new mechanics. We have redesigned the game, sometimes too much, so we have had to draw it back, and we have improved many new things in terms of technology, the mission system, the audio system and [rewriting] the engine a lot. It takes a long, long time to do it."
Ghost Recon Future Soldier will be given a beta on consoles in April before releasing on May 22 in North America and May 24 in Europe.
A PC version will be available at a later date.
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Watch a trailer for Ghost Recon Future Soldier below: