It may be laced with brainless machismo, but I love Ghost Recon Wildlands, and so I’m making it my duty to point out to all of you that Ubisoft’s open-world drug busting action extravaganza is going to be free all weekend on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Ghost Recon Wildlands Year 2 starts next week and Ubisoft has quite a bit of post-launch content planned, structured around four free Special Operations updates, each bringing new PvE content, updates to the PvP Ghost War modes and more.
There’s a little game we play here at NAG: every time someone writes news about loot crates, Dane pops a kitten’s ear in an envelope and posts it to the offending person. God knows where he’s getting all of these kitten ears. He’s a resourceful chap, our editor. Anyway, the point is that we’re tired of talking about loot crates, microtransactions and the like. I’ll take one for the team here though, to let you all know that Ghost Recon: Wildlands will have its own version of the damn things, called Battle Crates, to coincide with the Extended Ops update coming later this month.
Ubisoft has announced an open beta for the upcoming Ghost War team-based competitive versus multiplayer mode, coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC from 21 – 25 September. The timing couldn’t be better – Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ campaign is high octane stuff, but it’s getting tired. Fast.
Narco Road, the first expansion for Ghost Recon Wildlands, added a bunch of silly new patriotic stuff – you know, more of what Tarryn didn’t like in her review of the game. Well, according to Ubisoft, the game’s second expansion, titled Fallen Ghosts, will take on a much more sombre tone.
It’ll come with a new faction, new missions, enemy types, skills, weapons, and some other neat things.
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