Ghost Recon Wildlands First Expansion Pack Release Date Confirmed

Ubisoft has announced the first expansion pack for its tactical shooter, Ghost Recon Wildlands. It was dubbed as Narco Road and scheduled to arrive on April 18. The DLC offers a new adventure for players to deal with. It is said to bring a new danger in three gangs of smugglers lead by a ring forerunner identified as El Invisible.

According to Attack of the Fanboy, Narco Road DLC will bring over fifteen new campaign missions including new side quests that offer new racing tasks. The report said that the expansion pack mainly focuses on earning followers and fame. By this, it could lead to a closer relationship with the three gang leaders and ultimately eliminating El Invisible.

The three leaders under El Invisible are identified as Eddie Escovado, Arturo Rey and Tonio Mateos. Eddie Escovado is a self-proclaimed social media star and a leader of the Kamikazes gang. It is also reported that he is addicted to adrenaline. Arturo Rey, on the other hand, is the mysterious one among the three. He is the leader of the Death Riders, a group of riders who worships Santa Muerte. Lastly, Tonio Mateos is an arrogant leader of the Jinetes Locos gang. His group is known for specializing racing muscle cars.

Aside from the new missions, Narco Road DLC will also feature new weapons, costumes and vehicle types such as monster trucks, muscle cars, nimble planes and powerful motorcycles. Meanwhile, the game will be updated ahead with the arrival of the DLC. It will feature new challenges for solo and cooperative mode weekly. The report notes that these weekly quests will be refreshed each Wednesday. Additionally, players will receive unique in-game items upon completing these challenges.

On the other hand, Narco Road DLC will be available across all slated platforms. Owners of the game's Season Pass will be receiving the new content on April 18, while those who want to purchase the DLC will have to wait until April 25 and will cost for $14.99.


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