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Ghost Recon Wildlands' second season of free updates starts next week

Adds new PvP game mode and more.

Ubisoft has announced that Ghost Recon Wildlands' second season of free updates - collectively known as Year 2 - will begin next week, bringing with it new missions, items, rewards, and "community-requested features".

Year 2 will consist of four free updates - what Ubisoft is referring to as Special Operations - and the first of these, due on April 10th, will introduce Sabotage, a new PvP game mode.

In Sabotage, the attacking team is tasked with capturing and holding an objective target before the timer runs out, while the defending team tries to stop them. Sabotage will come with five new mode-specific maps, the first of six new PvP classes, and new perks.

Cover image for YouTube videoTom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands: Year 2 Announce | Trailer | Ubisoft [NA]

Next week's Special Operations 1 update also brings a new PvE campaign mission, and the ability to customise AI teammates using clothes you've unlocked for your own character.

In addition to Wildlands' free updates, Ubisoft is introducing a Year 2 pass. This costs $29.99 USD and includes seven-day early access to the season's new Ghost War classes, plus a customisation pack, four Special Ops crates, and four Ghost War crates.

You can see some of the new features due to arrive on PC, PS4, and Xbox One as part of the first Ghost Recon Wildlands Year 2 update in the announcement trailer above.