Ghost Recon Wildlands Fallen Ghosts DLC Now Available

The new Ghost Recon Wildlands DLC, Fallen Ghosts, is now live for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The new content includes fifteen new campaign missions and four new bosses, as well as new enemies, weapons, skills and weapon skins.

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Ghost Recon Wildlands Fallen Ghosts DLC Now Available
Ghost Recon Wildlands Fallen Ghosts DLC Now Available

It’s time for the next announced DLC for Ghost Recon Wildlands. Fallen Ghosts is available on all platforms for the Season Pass owners. They can look forward to a bunch of new content, including new campaign missions, weapons, skills, enemies, etc. You can check out the list of new content in the Fallen Ghosts DLC below.

  • New campaign missions and bosses
    The DLC brings fifteen new campaign missions across three regions. You’ll have to face off four brand-new bosses.
  • Assemble your squad
    As with the base game, you can either play solo with AI characters or in co-op with up to three other players. You’ll have new archetypes, weapons and skills to play around with and face new challenges. Additionally, your character will start off on Level 30, and the DLC raises the level cap to 35. You’ll be able to experiment with all the skills from the base game, and nine brand-new ones that you’ll unlock on the way to Level 35.
  • New deadly enemies
    The Fallen Ghosts DLC brings new enemies to the game, called Los Extranjeros. They are a terrifying-looking militia that’s armed with state-of-the-art weapons and gear. They have their own four archetypes and skills. They might turn out to be the most dangerous enemies in the game yet.
  • Expand your arsenal
    In order to fight Los Extranjeros, you’ll have 25 weapons at your disposal. There’s six new weapons, including assault rifles, snipers and the silent, deadly crossbow. On top of that, the DLC is bringing ten new legendary weapon skins with “unique and epic customization & paint-jobs.”

The Fallen Ghosts DLC also got a cinematic launch trailer, and it does a pretty good job of making it look cool. You can check out the trailer below.

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