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Ghost Recon: Wildlands to get another year of free DLC

05 April 2018, 12:50 | Gerardo Harmon

Ghost Recon Wildlands' Year 2 plans detailed

Ghost Recon Wildlands Year 2 comes with four free updates, kicks off next week

The community can be to thank for this addition to Wildlands, as it was the most requested feature.

Special Operation 1 includes the content planned for Updates 5 and 6 from the original Ghost War roadmap.

Sabotage will launch with give maps, a new PvP class and new character perks. It includes the ability to customize AI teammates' outfits using any gear you can equip, which Ubisoft says is the top request from players. Ghost War will likewise see new content, although not all of it will be free. In this mode, an attacking team will set out to capture and hold an objective area, the defending team will try to stop them.

Moreover, Ubisoft has today announced Ghost Recon: Wildlands' Year 2 pass, which will offer seven-day early access to all six new Year 2 Ghost War classes alongside eight Battle Crates (4 Special Ops and 4 Ghost War crates). The Special Operations 1 DLC pack will be be released on April 10. There will be new missions, new items, rewards, and tons more to keep gameplay fresh and Ubisoft couldn't wait to share all of the details in the video above.

Ghost Recon Wildlands is available on PC, Xbox One, and PS4.

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.

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