Trailer Released for Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Narco Road DLC (VIDEO)
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands was released a little over a month ago for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and it was met with a lukewarm reception from the gaming community. Complaints of glitches, bugs, a few mechanics, and repetitive missions have put a bit of a damper on Ubisoft’s release, but it hasn’t stopped those who enjoy the game. Now that it has been six weeks since launch, players will get to enjoy something new from the title. As of April 18, season pass holders have access to the Narco Road DLC, which is the first of two expansions. Here is a short description of what’s to come, according to Ubisoft:
In order to dismantle a smuggling ring led by the elusive El Invisible, you and your squad will have to infiltrate the gangs under his control and earn the respect of three new bosses. Each boss commands a gang with its own identity, including the thrill-seeking Kamikazes, the muscle car-loving Jinetes Locos, and the Santa Muerte-obsessed Death Riders.”
Sounds like a blast, right? Of course, as it is with additional content, the Narco Road DLC brings a plethora of goodies along with it. 15 new missions, four “types of side missions and racing challenges,” nitro boosted muscle cars, acrobatic planes, “big chopper bikes,” monster trucks, outfits, and weapons are all part of the expansion. Fans can check out some of the action in the trailer below:
Season pass holders are able to download and play the Narco Road DLC right now, but those without will have to wait until it is released on April 25, when they can purchase it for $14.99. This, of course, is not the first piece of additional content to arrive for Ghost Recon Wildlands. Last month, The Division DLC pack arrived for those who own both titles, and brought a few items it. You can read all about that right here.
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