Ubisoft has announced a Ghost Recon Wildlands PvP mode release date, confirming the competitive expansion will launch as a free download for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One on October 10, 2017.
Ghost Recon Wildlands PvP mode details
Ghost Recon Wildlands’ competitive multiplayer, dubbed Ghost War, will feature 4v4 battles spread across vast maps, with gamers competing for best-of-three matches in a 10-minute round.
Ubisoft has confirmed that the Ghost Recon Wildlands Player Versus Player (PvP) mode will launch with eight maps and 12 classes, with the publishing giant promising regular content updates including extra classes, maps, and game modes.
The company recently teased three new classes for Ghost War: Assassin, Diversionist, and Sentinel. For more info, check out IGN’s Ghost Recon Wildlands class guide.
Ghost Recon Wildlands players were previously able to get a taste of the free PvP mode for Wildlands with the open beta, which wrapped on September 25.
The latest instalment in the Tom Clancy tactical shooter series launched back in March 2017, and is the biggest open-world developed by Ubisoft to date.
Check out our Ghost Recon Wildlands review for more information, and don’t forget you can still get pick up a host of post-launch downloadable content, with the Ghost Recon Wildlands Season Pass including expansions Narco Road and Fallen Ghosts, plus extra missions and equipment packs such as Rebellion Ghost Pack and The Unidad Conspiracy.