New update coming to Ghost Recon Wildlands brings more PvE
A new update due next week for Ghost Recon Wildlands promises to bring in a new gameplay mode and a ton of new and reworked content.
The Special Operation 4 update will focus primarily on expanding PvE content, and adjusting the solo and co-op campaigns, althought here’s a bunch of other new and adjusted content coming with the update.
PvP is getting a bit of new content with two new maps and a new class to fool around with. The new Ghost War class will be exclusive to Year 2 Pass holders for a week, before going live for everyone else on March 6. The list of PvP events and challenges, as well as their associated rewards, are being tweaked. There’s also some new events headed to the rotation in Ghost Recon Wildlands. Player will also be able to browse open custom matches if they want to fool around casually.
Ghost Recon Wildlands is also getting some attention in terms of other areas as well. The Crates loot box system is getting some new emotes added to the loot pool for one thing, And Prestige Crates are getting the same stuff too. Speaking of Challenges, the game is moving to a new structure for daily challenges which will allow players to rotate through various goals more quickly.
Year 2 Pass holders will get a free pack containing customization items and a weapon, as well as early, direct access to the new Ghost War class starting on February 27 for one week.
Special Operation 4 for Ghost Recon Wildlands will release on Wednesday, February 27. Ghost Recon Wildlands is out now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
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