Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands surpassed 10 million players worldwide

Ubisoft has announced that Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands has surpassed ten million players worldwide. As the press release reads, since the initial launch of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands in March 2017, Ubisoft Paris has released 13 updates, including the launch of Ghost War – the 4v4 PvP mode – as well as The Predator special event and numerous updates to the core gameplay.

With more than 10 million players worldwide, the Ghost Recon Wildlands development team is committed to supporting the game, offering new free content and continued improvements of the core experience. Speaking of free content, Ubisoft revealed that Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Year 2 will continue to deliver substantial post-launch support with four free major updates titled “Special Operations”, 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 4x4 PvP experience, and features highly requested by the community.

The first update, called “Special Operations 1” launching on April 10th will contain:

  • Teammate Customisation: The most requested feature by the community, Team Customisation will allow players to customise teammate outfits with all items they have unlocked for their own character
  • PvP Update: A new game mode called “Sabotage” with five exclusive maps, the first of six new PvP classes for Year 2 and new perk and explosive device
  • PvE Update: A free, themed PvE mission and special challenge with exclusive rewards.
GHOST RECON WILDLANDS: YEAR 2 ANNOUNCEMENT

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