Ghost Recon Wildlands Set to Receive More DLC

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

PvE Update: A free special themed PvE mission and special challenge with exclusive rewards.

Whatever your thoughts may be on Ghost Recon Wildlands, there's no denying the fact that Ubisoft is supporting the open world shooter with plenty of content. 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.

The first update will drop on April 10 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One, adding the Sabotage Mode alongside five exclusive maps, a new class, plus extra perks and weapons to get your paws on. Additionally, each teammate can be equipped with any item the player has unlocked for their main character. The Special Operations will come with "highly community-requested features", free missions, and challenges.

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With a second year of content there is also a second year season pass to consider, which grants an early seven day access to the six new Ghost War classes, an exclusive customisation pack, and eight Battle Crates (four Special Ops crates and four Ghost War crates). For more information on the Ghost Recon Wildlands Year 2 content you can check out the trailer below, or maybe even wander off to the official Wildlands website.

Ubisoft announced what players can look forward to in 2018 today, detailing the content coming to the campaign and Ghost War PvP modes. The Year 2 Pass will be available soon for $29.99.

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