Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Year 2 Content Plans Outlined

Ubisoft have revealed a Year 2 batch of content for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands.

As more than 10 million players have tried the game, Ubisoft obviously feel there’s a huge community support and they’re absolutely right. Year 2, therefore, seems to offer even more bang for your buck.

Year 2 will include free content and there will be a Year 2 Pass which offers seven-day early access to six new Year 2 Ghost War classes.

The first major update will release on April 10th, entitled Special Operations 1. This will include Teammate Customisation which allows players to customised teammate outfits with items unlocked for their own character.

There’s also a brand new PvP update with a game mode called Sabotage. There will have five new maps and the first of the six new PvP classes. In addition, a free, themed PvE mission and special challenge is being added for unique upgrades.

Special Operation 1 has the content originally mapped out for Update 5 and 6 from the original Ghost War DLC roadmap.

Exciting times for the franchise and we’ll follow this story as it develops throughout the year.

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