Today, Ubisoft outlined its post-launch plans for Ghost Recon Wildlands, which includes both paid content in the form of a season pass, as well as free updates.
As you would expect, Ubisoft has said that it will continuously pump out content for Ghost Recon Wildlands based on fan feedback via free updates. Beyond the free updates, Ubisoft also announced additional post-launch content in the form of a season pass, which comes with two “major” expansions: Narco Road and Fallen Ghosts.
Narco Road will be the first of these two expansions. The following overview of it is provided:
The game’s first major expansion will give you the full spectrum of narco life, as you tear through Bolivia using new vehicles in a series of fast-paced missions. Expect to face the most insane adversaries as you infiltrate three smuggling gangs and take out their leaders one by one until you reach the mastermind: El Invisible.
Along with its more eccentric tone, this new adventure will include more than a dozen new missions across four provinces, new vehicles, new weapons skins, and side activities, with everything being entirely playable in solo and in four-player co-op. Season pass owners will be able to access this paid content one week early.
Ubisoft has said to expect further details on the DLC the closer it draws to its unannounced release date.
The game’s second expansion, Fallen Ghosts, is provided with the following, slightly less informative, overview:
With Fallen Ghosts, get ready for your Spec Ops skills to be put to the test! After your chopper is shot down during an evacuation mission, your squad will be forced to adapt as you are tracked down by Los Extranjeros, an elite group of ruthless mercenaries. Fortunately, new weapons and skills will help you and your friends find the strength to escape! As with Narco Road, season pass owners will be able to access this paid content one week early.
People who buy the Season Pass will also get the following:
The Unidad Conspiracy missions: Players will work to break down and destabilize the alliance between Santa Blanca and Unidad in the Media Luna province.
The Peruvian Connection pack: Players will be able to play through the Peruvian Connection mission as well as receive seven gear patches
Faction themed equipment packs
- Rebellion Ghost Pack: Players can don an outfit inspired by the brave Katari 26 rebels. They will also unlock a unique AK-47 equipped with a bigger magazine and customized with unique engraving work.
- Unidad Ghost Pack: Players dominate enemies with an Unidad outfit so they can attack Unidad camps dressed just like one of them. They will also unlock a unique Unidad LMG weapon, customized with the colors of Unidad, and equipped with a red dot scope and a larger magazine.
- Santa Blanca Ghost Pack: With a Santa Blanca-inspired outfit, players can mimic their style without joining their ranks. This pack also unlocks the Santa Blanca golden M1911, customized with engravings and the mark of the cartel, for players to unleash chaos on the cartel.
Exclusive vehicle: Bolivian Minibus
Permanent +5% XP booster for the player
Single-use short XP booster: +50% XP for the player and +25% XP for other players in the session, expires two hours from time of use.
Lastly, Season Pass holders will get to play the new expansions a week before everyone else can buy them.
Ubisoft also has free post-release content as well (that isn’t just updates). This will come in the form of PVP content, specifically head-to-head multiplayer that features 4v4 matches. More details on this content will be shared in the future.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands launches March 7, 2017 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. You can cop the season pass for $40 USD.