Ubisoft and pals have released the latest multiplayer pack for Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, introducing Siege and co-operative modes as per fans' requests.

In Siege mode, a team of Mexicans attacks a strategic zone protected by the Ghosts, and if they can stay there for more than five seconds they win the round.

And of course in co-op, you've all got to reach the extraction point by conspiring to kill people expertly - in GRAW, co-op allows for up to 12 players to play together in three teams of four.

On top of that, the new multiplayer pack includes a standalone dedicated server executable, as well as a server admin console for changing and restarting maps and modes, adjusting options and kick/banning annoying players.

You can find more info and download locations over on the Ghost Recon website, and Ubisoft promises more information and further support for GRAW will be announced in the near future.

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