The video highlights the game's multiplayer on the new Mill and Pipeline maps.
Multiplayer will feature both competitive and co-operative modes that combine objectives and intel collection with team-based tactical shooting.
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.
Game director Eric Couzian told Digital Spy: "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 rewrite the engine a lot.
"It takes a long, long time to do it."
Prior to its PC release on June 15, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier will be given a beta on consoles in April.
It will be released for consoles on May 22 in North America and May 24 in Europe.
> Digital Spy's hands-on preview of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
> Digital Spy interviews Eric Couzian about Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
Watch the 'Believe in Ghosts' trailer for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier below: