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Ghost Recon Wildlands post-launch plans include PvP mode and a big dad

Beware the Unidad!

While Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands [official site] might seem sooo serious about its imperialist fantasy, apparently Ubisoft are saving some cracking japes for DLC. A series of missions will have players poke at something called 'The Unidad Conspiracy', which I can only imagine is a supernatural entity composed of hundreds of dads twisted and merged into one flesh. Clad in a vast cardigan, the Unidad lumbers across Bolivia telling those naughty drugmen it's past their bedtime. I imagine that even the Ghosts eventually face daddification and must fight back. That's probably it.

Oh, and Ubisoft also plan to release a 4v4 PvP mode in a free update, and two paid expansions, and... the point is, imagine that giant dad! He's going to be amazing.

The PvP mode will be free, team-based, come "a few months after launch", and- that's about all I can tell you "More information about PvP will be available at a later date," Ubi say.

But what if you're sick of this awful money in your pockets, a wad of cash so whopping it pulls your shorts down and people in the street laugh at your bare bottom? Ubisoft have you covered there too!

They've announced a DLC expansion pass and its constituent add-ons. Two big expansions are planned, which will be available one week early to folks who buy the season pass. That always seems such a petty way to nudge players into buying the pass. The pass will also throw in some boosters, outfits, a minibus, and other odds and ends.

Anyway! The first big expansion will be Narco Road, which Ubisoft say has a "more eccentric tone" with a dozen missions that "will give you the full spectrum of narco life". That two ends of that spectrum seem to be driving fast cars and murdering people. The expansion will also add new vehicles, weapon skins, and side activities. Fallen Ghosts, the second expansion, will see the Ghosties on the ropes as their evac chopper is shot down and they're tracked by a group of mercenaries. New weapons and skills will be in along with that.

Here, this trailer looks at 'em both:

The season pass also covers The Unidad Conspiracy [Mate, come on: you wrote 'Unilad' -ed.], which is a set of three missions. Neatly, folks who played in the closed or open beta and buy the game before March 31st will get those for free. Because who would want to miss out on hunting this big dad? His name is El Comandante, I know for a fact, and I'm fairly certain I'm correct in guessing he's actually hundreds of dads formed into one massive dad, like the meatgolem in final battle of Helldriver but with a lot more tense silence. Sorry for the spoilers, gang!

Ghost Recon Wildlands is due out next Tuesday, March 7th. DLC will... follow? Ubisoft haven't confirmed a price for the season pass but, given that the Gold Edition including it costs an extra £25 and is listed as having a £10 discount, I'd guess maybe £30 or £35.

I've just learned that 'Unidad' is Spanish for 'Unity' so wow, Ubisoft snuck a pun into the name too. Amazing! Dads love puns!

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