Ghost Recon Wildlands is getting a second year of post-launch content, both for its campaign and its Ghost War PvP mode. In the coming months, four major updates – titled Special Operations – will be released for free, with each themed update adding new missions, items, rewards, and community-requested features. Special Operations I launches on April 10, adding a campaign mission and challenge with exclusive rewards. It will also introduce a new PvP game mode, Sabotage, with five exclusive maps as well as a new class and perks. Finally, it will add the ability to customize your AI teammates in the campaign with clothing you’ve unlocked for your own character.
In addition to the free updates, players will be able to purchase a Year 2 pass, giving them seven-day early access to the new Ghost War classes as well as a customization pack, four Special Ops crates, and four Ghost War crates, giving them more character-customization options in the campaign and Ghost War.
Ghost Recon Wildlands’ first year brought in more than 10 million players worldwide, and the developers remain committed to supporting the game. The first year saw 13 updates for Ghost Recon Wildlands, including numerous improvements as well as free additions such as the Ghost War 4v4 PvP mode and The Predator special event. Ghost Recon Wildlands players also clocked some impressive milestones in that first year, which the developers highlighted in a celebratory infographic.
Ghost Recon Wildlands is available now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. For more on the game, check out our previous coverage.