Ghost Recon Wildlands is getting more free content

Ghost Recon Wildlands is getting more free content
Mike Harradence Updated on by

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Ubisoft has announced that Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands will be getting an armoury of fresh content over the next year.

Year 2 for the tactical shooter will see a bunch of new content for Wildlands’ PvE and Ghost War PvP offerings, with the French publishing powerhouse committing to four ‘major’ content drops dubbed Special Operations updates.

While Ubisoft isn’t saying too much right now, it has revealed that some of the features will be based on user-requested content, while the campaign will benefit from ‘free special missions and special challenges with exclusive rewards.’ Ghost War is also in the firing line for new content, although it won’t all be released for free.

The first update will drop on April 10 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One, adding the Sabotage Mode alongside five exclusive maps, a new class, plus extra perks and weapons to get your paws on. One feature included is the chance to customise the outfit of your AI buddies, which was apparently a major request from fans, says Ubisoft.

Year 2 of Wildlands will also see the release of a Season Pass, which offers players a week of early access to fresh content including new Ghost War classes, a customisation pack, and eight Battle Crates. Pricing for the UK has not yet been confirmed, but in the US it’ll set you back $29.99.

Ghost Recon Wildlands was released in March 2017, though Colm wasn’t quite convinced that the jump to open-world territory paid off all that well for the franchise.