After months of waiting, we finally have some new information regarding the upcoming Ghost Recon Wildlands PvP game mode. Don't give up on it yet, though, or at least get ready for a second tour: Ubisoft is preparing to roll out a free 4v4 PvP mode called Ghost War in the fall, with a beta scheduled by the end of the summer.
While Ghost Recon Wildlands is a good co-op game where a team of four players goes up against the AI-controlled Santa Blanca Cartel. Ubisoft has supported the game's sizable community with paid DLC as well as free updates, with the next major update adding PvP this fall.
One team plays as Ghosts and one team plays as spec ops soldiers fighting for control over Bolivia.
Ghost War is a four-versus-four fight, one team against another, in classic Ghost Recon style. Players will choose from a variety of specialized classes, including Scout, Sniper, and Tank among many others. They will then take to the battlefield in open-environment maps, ranging from mountains and deserts to jungles and forests. Ghost War will reportedly sport large maps that challenge players to contend with unsafe terrain and weather conditions in addition to enemy players.
New PvP mechanics will also be integrated into Ghost War, such as suppressing fire and sound markers, all in a bid to make the new mode as "true" a military strategic, team-based multiplayer mode as possible. It is unknown what other modes will come with Ghost War.