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Ghost Recon: Wildlands Getting a PvP Open Beta Soon

Wildlands players’ long wait for PvP is almost over: This morning, Ubisoft announced that an open beta for Ghost Recon: Wildlands upcoming tactical PvP mode, called Ghost War, will start this summer Seriously, it’s real! After weeks of the Ghost Recon community speculating about a possible cancellation or a completely revamped mode, official details from Ubisoft finally confirm that the player-vs-player experience will still be the 4-on-4 tactical team combat that it originally promised in its post-launch content plan many moons ago. Advertisement In Ghost War, players will choose from a list of classes designed for specific roles, and new PvP mechanics will be introduced. The 4v4 team deathmatch mode will take place on large-scale maps with various times and weather elements, building on the tactical experience from the main game. The open beta launches this summer across PS4, Xbox One, and PC with a full release in the fall as a free update for everyone who owns Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Unfortunately, no exact beta dates have been announced yet, but a summer release window means PvP can’t be far off now. Advertisement S.E. Doster (@sedoster) is an READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Ghost Recon Wildlands Title Update 6 Changes How Helicopters Work

The next Ghost Recon Wildslands title update has been detailed by Ubisoft. As announced on their blog, the biggest change will be a totally revamped control scheme for helicopters. The new system makes the vehicles control very differently from before (but if you don’t like it you can still go back to the old scheme). It’ll also have a bunch of bug fixes, and new challenges for returning players. Check out the update for yourself in the third-person shooter’s newest trailer: [embedded content] Ubisoft outlined these changes over at their official blog: Taking flight in a helicopter over the cartel-controlled countryside in Ghost Recon Wildlands can be a risky proposition, but Title Update 6 is bringing changes to helicopter controls and handling that make flying both easier to control and more authentic. In addition to the control tweaks (detailed below), each type of helicopter now flies differently, and choppers won’t take off until they reach the correct RPM. Get a peek at the whirlybirds in action in the video above. If the new control scheme isn’t the right fit for you, you can always switch back to the old controls. You’ll still be able to benefit from the new READ FULL…

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Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Ghost War PvP Mode Getting an Open Beta

Everyone will be able to check out the new player-versus-player mode in Ghost Recon Wildlands before it releases this fall. Ubisoft announced today that they’ll be holding an open beta test for the mode, called Ghost War, this summer. It’ll be on all platforms, and the mode will be in a free update for the third-person shooter later this fall. Here’s how Ubisoft describes the mode: In Ghost War, two groups of players will team up to take part in a four-versus-four team deathmatch experience that builds on the tactical squad play from the main game. Teams will choose from a roster of varied classes that fill specific roles on the battlefield as they navigate large-scale, open maps and take down their enemies. Ghost War will also integrate new PvP mechanics, including suppressing fire and sound markers, to create a true military strategic, team-based multiplayer mode. Check out a trailer for the upcoming multiplayer mode below: [embedded content] In our review of Ghost Recon Wildlands writer Blake Grundman had this to say about Ubisoft’s tentpole release: Though far from perfect, Ghost Recon Wildlands is one of the most effective franchise reboots in recent memory. It manages to build upon the READ FULL STORY AT…

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Ghost Recon Wildlands’ 4 vs 4 PVP Coming This Fall; Beta Hitting This Summer


Ubisoft Financials: PS4 Is Their Biggest Platform, Ghost Recon Wildlands Is the #1 Game So Far in 2017

Even though they didn’t have a major new release during the quarter (ended June 30, 2017), Ubisoft’s Q1 Fiscal Year 2017-18 sales were up 45% year-on-year to €202.1 million. Digital revenue was up 55% to €162.4 million, and represented more than 80% of total sales during the quarter. Ubisoft added that their entire portfolio contributed to their strong Q1 performance, and Ghost Recon Wildlands is the biggest game so far in 2017 (January 2017 to June 2017), based on physical and digital sales data from GfK, NPD, Famitsu, and Ubisoft’s estimates in North America, Europe, Japan, and Australia. Here’s Ubisoft’s Q1 2017-18 results by platform and region, which shows that the PlayStation 4 is their biggest platform: Breakdown By Platform PlayStation 4 – 44% (up from 31% in Q1 2016-17) Xbox One – 22% (down 1%) PC – 21% (down 5%) Others (mobile, etc) – 11% (down 1%) PS3, Xbox 360, Wii & Wii U – 2% (down 6%) Breakdown By Region North America – 50% (down 2%) Europe – 32% (up 3%) Rest of world – 18% (down 1%) Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot talked about their success: Fueled by the digital segment – which saw a sharp increase in player READ FULL STORY AT…

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Llama Fetus Leads Ghost Recon: Wildlands Players On a Literal Witch Hunt

The latest update for Ghost Recon: Wildlands contains a creepy Easter Egg that promises to send players on a witch hunt (literally). Ubisoft’s open-world Tom Clancy shooter received a massive 8 GB update on June 30. “Title Update 5″ brought several fixes and the introduction of the Tier 1 leveling feature. The patch notes also included a strange line in the audio section: An unusual noise was heard near a ruined hut… Players immediately began to speculate that this was the beginning of a good old-fashioned Easter Egg hunt; and that does indeed seem to be the case. Here’s what they’ve discovered so far. Advertisement Advertisement Prior to Wildlands’ “Fallen Ghosts” DLC, Season Challenges were introduced to add new objectives for unlocking more gear. The sixth and final week of the Season 1 Challenges sent players searching for an abominable snowman, requiring them to locate five hints before summoning and killing the infamous El Yeti. Today, players are still searching for clues related to the patch notes’ mention of the “ruined hut” with a specific starting point in mind. The Witch Market is READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Title Update 5 Brings New Difficulty Option, Bug Fixes, and More

The latest update for Ghost Recon: Wildlands is now live on consoles and PC, and features a variety of bug fixes and new features implemented. …Read More The post Ghost Recon: Wildlands Title Update 5 Brings New Difficulty Option, Bug Fixes, and More by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.

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New Ghost Recon Wildlands Update Today Is 8.8GB on PS4, Here’s What’s Included

Weighing in at around 8.8GB on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and around 7.4GB on PC, Ghost Recon Wildlands Update 5 is now available to download. In addition to bug fixes, the new Title Update adds Tier 1 mode, which is likely the new game mode the developers revealed last month. “This new mode will allow you to surpass the Level 30 maximum and enjoy the game with an increased difficulty and new rewards,” they said at the time. Here’s the full list of patch notes for the latest Ghost Recon Wildlands update on PS4 (there’s a teaser in the Audio section): User Interface The reason for detection is now displayed above the mini-map. Gameplay Fixed a bug where the player could not use the drone or the binoculars after using the medic drone to heal. Fixed a bug where vehicles would take low damage when shot from a long distance. Corrected a bug where the Stoner LMG folded buttstock would be described with an incorrect location in the loadout. Corrected a bug where Whisper pistol had no silencer and would alarm NPCs if players used it. Audio An unusual noise was heard near a ruined hut… Fixed a bug where the READ FULL…

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Players Come Up With Own Ghost Recon Competitive Modes While Waiting For PVP

As the community anxiously awaits the post-launch PVP mode, some Ghost Recon: Wildlands players are getting crafty with their own in-game challenges. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands launched on March 7th, and the final paid DLC, “Fallen Ghosts” arrived on May 30th. Since then, no details have been shared by Ubisoft regarding a free tactical PVP mode that was promised as post-launch content. Advertisement Ghost Recon does offer some ways to keep players entertained, but the wait for PVP has proven maddening for some fans. While some players are taking their frustrations out on social media outlets, other are teaming up with their friends to find their own unique ways to compete within Wildlands. SXVXN and friends use the “Narco Road” DLC, along with helicopters, nitro monster tricks, and other vehicles to make their own fun. As an example: a player-specified “PVP” race where SXVXN and company fly under as many bridges as possible. The mode might not be official, but SXVXN have a blast anyway. As a viewer, you don’t even notice the game’s painful banter, because you’re too busy laughing at an absurd helicopter death, or watching a boat READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!


Wildlands' New Sniper Rifle Can Blow Up A Car, Somehow

GIF The most powerful gun in Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ new “Fallen Ghosts” DLC is a sniper rifle that can blow up cars with a single bullet. Within the expansion, which released as part of the game’s season pass on June 30, is a sniper rifle exclusive to “Fallen Ghosts,” and it is a gun you’ll want to try out. The BFG-50A is a semi-auto, .50 caliber rifle with maxed out damage, accuracy, and range. One shot, one kill. You can blow up literal carloads of enemies in the Bolivian jungle with a single shot of this rifle. This gun is ridiculously powerful, and you can even add a Suppressor attachment. Snipe them from a distance, and they’ll never see what hit’em. (Killing carloads of civilians is still generally frowned upon.) Advertisement The BFG-50A is unlocked simply through story progression—head to the Western Precinct section and grab your intel marked on the map to unlock the missions. If you decided to skip the season pass, you can buy Fallen Ghosts separately starting June 6. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Ghost Recon: Wildlands' Final Story DLC Is Brutal And Fun

A second major expansion has arrived for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, one in which players will go from the hunters to the hunted. “Fallen Ghosts” went live May 30 for Season Pass holders, and will become available as a solo DLC purchase on June 6 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The expansion is set after the events of the main Ghost Recon: Wildlands storyline, where the Ghosts worked to dismantle the Santa Blanca cartel. Now the Ghosts are stranded in the Bolivian jungle and faced with more heavily armored soldiers and Covert Ops enemies equipped with digital cloaking devices. Seriously, these guys are tough. If you’re somehow emotionally attached to your character, you’ll be disappointed to find that Fallen Ghosts forces you to create a completely new level 30 character. This is good for new or low-level Wildlands players because the DLC is a brutal test, and you’ll need the skills unlocked to survive the 15 added missions and four new bosses. Nine new skills have also been added to aid your efforts in the enemy-filled jungle environment. You’ll want the new Reaction Marking skill, which will allow you to mark anyone who shoots at READ FULL STORY…

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Ghost Recon Wildlands Fallen Ghosts DLC Launch Trailer Reminds You It’s Out

[embedded content] If you’re in the mood for more Ghost Recon Wildlands content and you own the shooter’s Season Pass, you’re in luck! Ubisoft has sent an email out reminding everyone that Ghost Recon Wildlands’ second DLC, Fallen Ghosts, is now out on all platforms for Season Pass members. Check out the new content you can expect in Ghost Recon Wildlands: Fallen Ghosts DLC: Fallen Ghosts takes place after the fall of the Santa Blanca Cartel. With Unidad’s military force unable to maintain control over Bolivia, the country is in a state of civil war. To help restore order, the Unidad enlists cartel members, veterans, mercenaries and criminals from various nearby countries as volunteers. Together, they form a new brutal special unit: Los Extranjeros, which is ordered to track and eliminate all American agents. The Fallen Ghosts campaign will feature 15 new missions in which players will have to take down four new bosses located in three different regions. In the expansion, players will start with a new character at level 30 and equipped with all of the main game skills. The level cap will increase from 30 to 35, and players will be able to unlock nine new READ…


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Future Ghost Recon Wildlands Updates Will Increase Level Cap, Add New Game Mode

Fallen Ghosts, the last piece of DLC included in the Season Pass of Ghost Recon Wildlands is set to launch in just a few days and the game’s developers recently posted a community Q&A where they not only answered quite a number of questions from the community but they also announced that a new game mode will be coming to the game’s next update in the summer. According to the announcement, the new game mode will not only increase the difficulty of the game but it will also allow players to surpass the current level 30 limit. The developers also announced that the new game mode will include new rewards as well. Additionally, the developers also announced that more information on the much-anticipated PVP mode for Ghost Recon Wildlands will be announced during the summer. It’s been previously announced that the game’s PVP mode will feature 4v4 battles between players. With E3 right around the corner, it wouldn’t come as a surprise if they were planning to announce more details on both the new game mode as well as the PVP mode at the event. If so, we’ll only have to wait a few more weeks to hear more READ…