Today, Ubisoft announced the second major update for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands’ second year of updates. This update will include a new PvE experience and new features for the PvP mode, Ghost War.
Ghost Mode gives PvE a deadly twist in both solo and co-op play. In this mode, if players are not revived when down, their death is permanent and their progress is reset. In addition, players will only have one load out and one handgun, limit changing weapons to ammo boxes or looting only, and any bullets in a clip upon reloading will be lost. And finally, there is friendly fire for co-op play and single player can be played entirely without AI.
Ghost War has received several updates as well. This includes two new PvP classes for Year 2 pass owners on July 24th, two new maps, observer mode, a progress bar to track ranked progress, post-match celebration screens, and social items consisting of emotes, voice lines, and victory poses.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Year 2 will continue to deliver substantial post-launch support with free major Special Operation updates, each of which will feature a unique theme, updates for the PvE campaign with special free missions and special challenges with exclusive rewards, updates for the Ghost War 4v4 PvP experience and community-requested features. The team is committed to supporting the game, offering free new content and continued improvement of the core experience.
Non-owners of the Year 2 pass can enjoy these features for free on July 31st. For more information on Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Special Operation 2 update, visit the official website.