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Ghost Recon: Wildlands will receive update for its PvP mode

3 new classes and 2 maps will reach the console versions, PC will have to wait

Fans of Ghost Recon: Wildlands on PS4 and Xbox One are just hours away from receiving an update that will bring new content to their PvP mode, Ghost War, in terms of character classes and scenarios.

Today Ubisoft announced that tomorrow, March 14, Ghost Recon: Wildlands will receive the update New Assigment , which will be free and will be available for the console versions, but not the PC that will have to wait. The new update was developed for Ghost War mode and brings 3 new kinds of hidden shooter type: Trapper, Stalker and Guerrilla. The Trapper class has a passive and an active ability, the first one allows you to mark all the enemies that have been eliminated and show them to the members of the group, while the second one allows you to place gas traps from a long distance forming a perimeter that will damage to every enemy that enters it.


For its part, Stalker is a class that is distinguished by its passive abilities, which allow enemies to not hear their shots at a distance or see some sound markers. In addition, the enemies marked by this class will not be able to see any type of notification, as long as they are not marked by another player.


The third class, Guerrilla, stands out for its support abilities through the use of a drone that shoots smoke bombs, which have a strategic effect in favor of the team because they remove any previous mark and prevent a new one from being placed.


Now, in terms of maps, New Assignment presents Refinery, which is the largest cocaine production factory in Bolivia and has large areas and multiple roads that lend themselves to all types of games and strategies. Also, Cliffside is a rebel village that is now under the control of the Santa Blanca cartel, which has high buildings and spaces ideal for attack via sniper.


Ghost Recon: Wildlands is available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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