In a press release, Ubisoft has announced that Ghost Recon Wildlands will get a host of new, post-launch content in its second year! The first Ghost Recon Wildlands year 2 update will roll out on April 10, and will be called “Special Operation I,” and will contain the following:
- Teammate Customization: The number one feature requested by the community, teammate customization will allow players to customize teammate outfits with all items they have unlocked for their own character.
- PvP Update: A new game mode called “Sabotage” with five exclusive maps, the first of six new PvP classes for Year 2, and new perks and weapons.
- PvE Update: A free special themed PvE mission and special challenge with exclusive rewards.
The Special Operation I includes the content planned for Updates 5 & 6 from the original Ghost War roadmap. There’s also paid stuff too, which you can read about below.
On top of that, Ubisoft announced Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Year 2 Pass offering seven-day early access to all the six new Year 2 GhostWar classes, an exclusive customization pack, and eight Battle Crates (four Special Ops crates and four Ghost War crates) to further customize players characters in the main game as well as in the Ghost War. Ghost Recon Wildlands Year 2 pass will be available digitally for $29.99.
In addition to that, Ubisoft has confirmed that the second year support for Wildlands will extend to both the campaign, and the Ghost War PvP mode. This is definitely good news for Ghost Recon Wildlands players, and its once again a shining example of the publisher supporting their player base even after a year of the game being out.
Are you still playing Ghost Recon Wildlands? How is it so far?