Ghost Recon Wildlands Update: New Trailer Highlights DLC Pass And Free PvP Updates

Ubisoft has recently made a revelation regarding the details of the Ghost Recon Wildlands season pass' not only one, but two major expansions. It will also include Unilad Conspiracy missions and Peruvian Connection pack, faction-themed equipment, an exclusive Bolivian minibus vehicle and permanent and single-use experience boosters.

Narco Road's first expansion requires players to participate in crazy off-road races and other challenges so that they can catch smuggling gangs and in turn defeat their leaders. The players also have an ultimate goal of taking out the top guy El Invisible. Together with its more unusual tone, this new adventure title will be including more than a dozen of new missions within four provinces. There will also be new vehicles, new weapons skins and side activities that come with everything that is wholly playable in solo and four-player co-op.

Fallen Ghosts will allow the team to be shot down at the time of an evacuation and must defeat an elite group of ruthless mercenaries that is called Los Extranjeros. The team special ops' skills will be put to the test. It is fortunate that new weapons and skills can help the team to find the guts to escape, as reported by PC Gamer.

The free post-launch content will have a PvP mode that will feature a tactical class-based 4v4 team combat that will test the players' skills, according to Game Rant. This update will be rolling out a few months preceding the launch date. There will also be themes that will have seasonal challenges. Some are for solo play and others will need the help of the community. It will feature unlockable rewards for those who will be participating.

The Ghost Recon Wildlands season pass will be sold for $40, or it can be integrated into the Wildlands Gold Edition that indicates the price to be $100/£70/€90 on Steam. On the other hand, it costs $60/£40/€60 as for the standard.

 

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