Ubisoft Will Further Support Ghost Recon Wildlands With Year 2 Content

Steve Phelps
April 5, 2018

Special Operation I includes the content planned for Updates 5 & 6 from the original Ghost War roadmap. Ghost Recon Wildlands is the latest title to receive additional content into its second year of release.

Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is preparing to have a second year full of DLC on top of the thirteen updates from the past year. It will feature new Teammate Customization options, which will let players change their outfits using all the items they've unlocked. The Special Operations will come with "highly community-requested features", free missions, and challenges. It'll include Teammate Customisation, the Sabotage PvP game mode with five new maps, and finally a new PvE mission, all for free.

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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. 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.

Ghost Recon Wildlands recently celebrated its one-year anniversary, but that didn't mark the end of Ubisoft's support for the game. Did many of you pick up Ghost Recon Wildlands a year ago? 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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