Free 360 content for GRAW2

Two throwback packs for you.

Ubisoft has decided to reward you with a second and free Throwback content pack for Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2.

You can download it now from Live Marketplace, before enjoying a new game mode and plenty of revamped maps from old Ghost Recon games. You'll also be able to download the first Throwback Pack for free, too.

The new game mode is a co-operative exercise where you'll have to work with your chums to escort a computer-controlled character through a hostile zone to an extraction point, making funny hand signals and saying things like "hornets are circling the bee hive" as you go.

Ghost Recon 2, Ghost Recon 2 Summit Strike, and Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter make up the inspiration for the new maps.

In the small range there's the Ghost Town map (Summit Strike) that takes place in a rural North Korean village with lots of little alleyways, and Boneyard (GRAW) that's made of up old and disused vehicles all rusty and full of tetanus.

Slightly larger is Aral Sea (Summit Strike), based around an old harbour village with lots of grounded ships littering the coast; Bunkers (Ghost Recon 2), a training ground littered with hidey holes to stop bullets hitting your head as you hop between them; and Rocky Cove (GRAW), a big coastal area with lots of rocks to trip over and hurt yourself on.

Even bigger is River Depot (GRAW), an old storage facility eaten up by the surrounding jungle and now used as a makeshift military base, or District (Summit Strike) - spanning a large Kazakh city with all sorts of tactical options available.

Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 was released earlier this year on 360 to a solid pat on the back from us. Pop your head into our GRAW2 review to find out more.

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