Ubisoft has introduced that the second main DLC bundle being dropped at Ghost Recon Wildlands will arrive later this week, giving gamers an opportunity to check out some new courses, go to some new maps and eventually participate in ranked play. The DLC known as Jungle Storm and it will arrive on all platforms Dec. 14.
The Jungle Storm DLC is geared particularly towards PvP and, as famous above, it is being made obtainable to all gamers freed from cost. Given the clouds of controversy surrounding microtransactions, loot packing containers and DLC lately, it is good to have the ability to report on one thing like free content material. It is also good to see PvP content material being handed out at no extra cost, as that goes an extended technique to hold a recreation’s group from fragmenting. Everybody can get pleasure from the brand new content material collectively and no one drops out of the sport because of feeling left behind relating to taking part in on new maps.
As for what you may count on from the upcoming Wildlands DLC, this is what the official press launch needed to say.
Two new courses are being made obtainable within the recreation’s PvP modes, together with the stealthy new Pathfinder who makes use of a crossbow and cannot be marked by drones. As for the second new class, Ubisoft is protecting their lips zipped for the second. Apparently, we are able to count on a correct reveal for the category someday earlier than the Dec. 14 launch of the Jungle Storm content material.
Ranked play can also be being added to the newest Ghost Recon recreation, with gamers and squads capable of compete for greater positions within the recreation’s varied rankings.
Jungle Storm will even introduce some new maps for the sport’s Elimination and Uplink recreation modes, although we’ve not had phrase on what these maps will appear to be simply but. Some new weapons are additionally being launched to the sport, in addition to gameplay updates for each PvP and PvE modes. We assume extra particular particulars shall be supplied round that Dec. 14 launch.
Yet one more “video games as service” title, Ghost Recon Wildlands has been dispensing the content material and protecting gamers coming back for more all through 2017. With the launch of this newest DLC, we’re curious if Ubisoft has given extra thought to how lengthy of a tail they hope so as to add onto the core recreation. Our guess is that, as long as individuals hold taking part in, they will most likely wish to hold growing recent causes to maintain everybody hooked.