the release of a free Interference
Ghost Recon Wildlands
, adding new PvP features. The post also includes a
roadmap outlining more free content coming to the tactical shooter sequel in
five more upcoming updates. Here's word:
Ghost Recon Wildlands’ free
Interference update hit today, bringing new PVP features along with new details
on additional free content arriving over the next several months. Available on
all platforms and to all players, Interference features a new game mode called
Uplink – a 4v4 objective-based mode where teams compete to control and defend an
access point in the center of the map. The update also includes five new maps,
three of which were specifically designed for Uplink, and also introduces a new
PVP class called the Disruptor. A support player equipped with jamming devices,
the Disruptor can interfere with the enemy team’s markers, mini-map information,
and notifications. As a counter-balance, Disruptors cannot mark enemies or send
pings to teammates.
Season Pass and Ghost War Pass owners (included in the Season Pass or $14.99
standalone) will get seven days early access to all new classes. After seven
days, all other players can unlock new classes via Prestige Credits earned
through normal gameplay or by purchasing credits from the in-game store.
Following Interference, five additional free PVP updates will be coming to Ghost
Recon Wildlands, including Jungle Storm, Extended Ops, New Assignment,
Reinforcement, and Bravo 6. Like Interference, these updates will contain a
mixture of new classes, new maps, new modes, and gameplay tweaks.