Ghost Recon Wildlands is bringing a substantial amount of new content to players for its Year 2 content plan, just announced today. Part of this comes in the form of addressing fan-requested additions.
On April 10th, the first Year 2 update will roll through, featuring a new game mode called "Sabotage", which focuses on PvP. New weapons and perks also come with the change, as does the first new PvP class for the second year of Wildlands. In this mode, an attacking team will set out to capture and hold an objective area, the defending team will try to stop them.
Note: Special Operation I includes the content planned for Updates 5 and 6 promised in the original Ghost War roadmap. This pass also includes four Special Ops crates and four Ghost War crates to help add more variety to their character's image. More information is here and in the video below.
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The road-map details 4 updates titled Special Operations that will be rolled out over the course of the year, the first update will be released on April 10 and will be featuring what is called Teammate Customization options.
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