Of the very few hours that I’ve played of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands there is one thing I know for sure: with new Ubisoft games comes new Ubisoft dlc. Big surprise here as almost all Ubisoft games have dlc of some sort.
Of the very few hours that I’ve played of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands there is one thing I know for sure: with new Ubisoft games comes new Ubisoft dlc. Big surprise here as almost all Ubisoft games have dlc of some sort..
It was announced on April 11, 2017 that the first expansion for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, Narco Road, will be released for owners of the season pass on all platforms Tuesday April 18th. While the release is the 18th for season pass owners, it will be released the following week on April 25th for individual purchase at the price point of $14.99.
Within the first expansion, Narco Road, players are to infiltrate three gangs of smugglers. As you may have guessed from what the rest of the game is like, your objective is to take down the kingpin of the operation, El Invisible. You must earn your own way up the ranks and earn the trust of El Invisible if you want any hope of being able to bring him to justice.
In order to get to the main jefe (boss) you must first gain the trust of three new “mini” bosses. These bosses are Eddie Escovado, Arturo Rey, and Tonio Mateos. Each boss is unique and charismatic in their own way.
With the expansion comes 15 new campaign missions and four new types of side missions and racing challenges. Some new outfits and vehicles come with Narco Road as well that should make the online co-op even more entertaining with friends and strangers alike.
Also announced with the Narco Road expansion was a new game update coming to consoles on April 12 and PC April 14. This update includes weekly live season challenges that are done alone, cooperatively, and as community tasks. These challenges change every Wednesday and give the players who complete them three new unique in-game items per week.