Ubisoft has announced that Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands will be getting an armoury of fresh content over the next year. It essentially serves as a substitute for what was planned in the fifth and sixth updates from the original Ghost War update roadmap; it adds the Sabotage mode and five maps exclusive to the mode, a class (one of six coming during Year 2), perks, and weapons. The Special Operations will come with "highly community-requested features", free missions, and challenges. Each of these updates will have a unique theme, and include new campaign and PvP Ghost War content as well as other tweaks and additions.
Ghost Recon Wildlands' Special Operations updates will be the backbone of new Year 2 content.More news: Immigrant Caravan Heading Toward US Claims Trump Is 'Bullying' Them
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Special Operations 1 will add teammate customization, which will allow players to customize teammate outfits with every item they have unlocked for their own character. The Special Operations 1 DLC pack will be be released on April 10.
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands had a very good first year, building an impressive 10-million-player following, and Ubisoft plans to keep the wild times right on rolling.
Ghost Recon Wildlands has already seen a huge amount of content both free and paid, come to the game which has expanded its content tenfold, and now it's set to get even bigger. The military tactical shooter title is available on Xbox One, PS4, and Windows PCs.