Ghost Recon Wildlands to get another year of post-launch support

05 April, 2018, 00:53 | Author: Devin Moran
  • Ghost Recon Wildlands Year 2 comes with four free updates, kicks off next week

Ghost Recon Wildlands is the latest title to receive additional content into its second year of release.

Ubisoft is looking to extend support for Ghost Recon Wildlands, and it seems like there's still a player base around given the newly announced year 2 content planned for the 2017 open world shooter. It includes the ability to customize AI teammates' outfits using any gear you can equip, which Ubisoft says is the top request from players.

Features that year 2 will bring revolve around PvE experiences, Ghost War PvP updates, and fan requested features. In this mode, an attacking team will set out to capture and hold an objective area, the defending team will try to stop them.


Sabotage will launch with give maps, a new PvP class and new character perks. It will also contain an exclusive customization pack, four Special Ops Battle Crates, and four Ghost War Battle Crates.

In Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, the Santa Blanca drug cartel has transformed the handsome country of Bolivia into a perilous narco-state, leading to lawlessness, fear, and rampant violence. For more information on the Ghost Recon Wildlands Year 2 content you can check out the trailer below, or maybe even wander off to the official Wildlands website. Kicking off this second year of support is the first update entitled Special Operation 1 which launches on April 10. And if you haven't grabbed the game yet, PC, PS4, and Xbox OneGhost Recon Wildlands is available for purchase at Amazon on.

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