Special Operation 3 for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands will be dropping on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
This is the third major free update for the game and will include a new PvE mission, PvP maps and classes, photo mode, and improvements to the Prestige Economy.
Those who own the Year 2 Pass for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands will have a week of early access to Special Operation 3 which includes the Ghost War classes and one exclusive customization pack. Those who do not own a Year 2 Pass will have to wait until December 18 to access the Ghost War classes.
A new photo mode introduced in this update will allow players to capture gameplay moments forever and apply filters, effects, and share them online directly from the game.
No details have been given about the PvE mission or two PvP maps and classes other than that they will be inspired by the Special Operation 3 themed-mission. Special Operation 2 was introduced in July of this year and brought along a hardcore mode that featured permadeath, real reloading, and friendly fire.
Based on community feedback there will be improvements and new content coming to the Store. More than 90 new items will be added, including a new pack themed for Special Operation 3. Additionally, we will be implementing updates to the Prestige Economy that build upon the changes from Special Operation 2. We will have more information coming soon.
PC players can refer a friend in order to obtain Battle Crate rewards that include Spec Ops and Ghost War crates by referring someone between December 11, 2018 and February 11, 2019. Ubisoft has set Special Operation 4 to release sometime in Q1 2019 according to the updated timeline and promise to have more information soon about the theme, PvE, and PvP content.
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