Ubisoft Offers Free Exclusive Ghost Recon: Wildlands Skin Pack For Twitch Prime Subscribers
Ghost Recon: Wildlands is just one of the soon-to-be-released titles from AAA games, and it will come early in March. The game will be arriving within a week after the release of Breath of the Wild and Switch. However, it is possible that Ubisoft will be selling more copies. It is because they will appeal to more of the shooter market. To celebrate the launch of Ghost Recon: Wildlands, Twitch Prime subscribers are in for a special treat.
Access to Twitch Prime is just one of the many benefits that Amazon Prime subscribers could have. Twitch users have the privilege of getting one free sub per month and they can also get rid of ads. Additionally, Twitch prime users can also get a few bonus content once they pick up Ghost Recon: Wildlands.
Prime subscribers can have access to an exclusive skins pack that features an impressive skull and blood-stain-themed outfit. Players can have access to the following as a part of the Prime skin pack: two exclusive gear patches - Dia De Los Muertos and Santera, Santa Blanca cap, Santa Blanca t-shirt, Santa Blanca Skorpion weapon skin, and ghost-recon-wildlands-prime-skin-pack.
All of the gear is truly aesthetic. However, a game like Wildlands features a unique look which might be relevant for hardcore players. This game will surely make its dedicated base to spend hundreds of hours in. It is therefore rewarding to make customizations to the player and make them stand out in return, according to Game Rant.
There are no details as to how Twitch users can claim the said bonus items, but this information might be arriving before the March 7 release date. For those players who would want to get their hands on Wildlands, they might ought to spend exploring the open beta experience. Ubisoft's Ghost Recon: Wildlands will be launching on March 7, 2017 on PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One.
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