Ghost Recon Wildlands' second season of free content begins next week

Ghost Recon Wildlands' second season of free content begins next week

The update will also include a new PvP class, new weapons, and new perks.

This content is part of the fifth and sixth title updates originally planned for Ghost War, the 4v4 multiplayer mode that launched in the fall. 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. It'll include Teammate Customisation, the Sabotage PvP game mode with five new maps, and finally a new PvE mission, all for free.

There will be four major free updates available with Year 2 called "Special Operations", which will bring a little something for everyone regardless of play style.

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Ubisoft have announced a second year of content for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands beginning with Special Operations 1 launching on April 10th.

Special Operations 1 will add teammate customization, which will allow players to customize teammate outfits with every item they have unlocked for their own character.

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). You can check out a Ghost Recon Wildlands Year 2 trailer, below. And if you haven't grabbed the game yet, PC, PS4, and Xbox OneGhost Recon Wildlands is available for purchase at Amazon on.