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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: ALPHA
Directed by François Alaux
Hervé de Crécy
Produced by Rhea Scott
Frederic Thonet
Written by François Alaux (Story and Written)
Hervé de Crécy (Story)
Greg Pruss (Written)
Tim Sexton (Story and Written)
Starring Keith Gilmore
Mark Lvanir
Chook Sibtain
Music by Daniel Pemberton
Cinematography Trent Opaloch
Editing by Pietro Scalia
Production company(s) Ubisoft Motion Pictures
Little Minx
Mikros Image
Distributor Ubisoft
Entertainment One
Release date(s) May 3, 2012
Running time 25 mintues
Language English
Budget $8-10 million
Gross revenue N/A
Preceded by Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon (2017)
Followed by Assassin's Creed (2016)
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: ALPHA is an 2012 action thriller war film based on the video game francise of the same name. It's a short prequel film to the 2012 game Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier.


The Ghosts must assassinate a set of Russian military officials in Chelyabinsk province, Russia. The Ghosts infiltrate Sokolov's base by driving in Dimitri's truck. After the Russian officials are killed, the Ghosts move to secure six rogue nuclear devices and act as EOD operators, until they are interrupted by a group of cloaked troopers. This group also has an assault drone. After a short firefight, the Ghosts are one man down and have regrouped. After a helicopter removes the two active nuclear devices, the story shows a view of London, England, and fades to black with, "To be continued."



  • The film was filmed in Ostrava, The Czech Republic at a UNESCO historical factory.
  • The film was directed by François Alaux and Hervé de Crécy.
  • Harry Humphries acted as a military adviser, and Daniel Pemberton composed the score.