Ghost Recon: Wildlands is launching next week, and with the main game ready to go, the dev team is now starting to work on the post-launch DLC and even adding PvP to the game.
Players who participated in the betas and tech tests–more than 6.8 million of them–will be getting three special missions called the Unidad Conspiracy some time in April. Those that pre-ordered will get the Peruvian Connection DLC at launch, but that is also part of the game's season pass if players choose to get it later.
Ubisoft outlined two DLC packs that are planned. The first, Narco Road, will have 12 fast-paced missions using new vehicles across four provinces. There will also be new weapons skins, and side activities. The second DLC is Fallen Ghosts, which features missions where you need to use survival skills after your chopper is shot down. You are being hunted by mercenaries, and new skills will be added to help you escape alive.
Both pieces of DLC will be available a week early for season pass holders.
The team also outlined the first season of Challenges, which will start a few weeks after launch and last for a month and a half.. Each themed season will have a short story to follow with different objectives to complete each week. Finishing the challenges either solo or in a team will unlock rewards for all participants. The first challenge is expected to involve "a certain military faction working for the corrupt government."
Finally, Ubisoft announced that they will be adding an adversarial mode that pits your team of four Ghosts against other teams. It said more information would be coming in the next few months, but when it becomes available, it will be a free add-on.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands will be available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 when it launches on March 7.