The expansion, called "Fallen Ghosts", takes place right at the end of the main Ghost Recon Wildlands mission.
"Fallen Ghosts" will feature fifteen new missions, where players must tackle four different bosses across three different regions.
The good news is that, thanks to the efforts of the Ghosts, the Santa Blanca cartel has fallen. Los Extranjeros, known as The Foreigners, have taken it upon themselves to eliminate Bolivia of any American agents still in the country (aka you and your team).
Elite Snipers - are a type of advanced units equipped with movement detectors, allowing these highly accurate unit to spot far targets.
What could prove very controversial is that it appears as though players will not be able to use their existing characters with the DLC, instead using a new preset character at level 30 with all of the main game's skills unlocked.
Jammers - do exactly what their names suggest in that they have jamming equipment in their backpack, letting them neutralize drones and interfere with electronic equipment.
In addition, there will be six new weapons and nine unlockable skills in the physical, weapon and drone categories, as players advance to the new level cap.
Covert Ops come equipped with a new prototype cloaking device and a powerful crossbow.
On top of all that, the advanced and expert difficulties have been tweaked to offer an even higher challenge. Now that the Santa Blanca Cartel has been defeated, the Unidad military is working tirelessly to reestablish stability in Bolivia.
Hopefully the release of Fallen Ghosts also means Ubisoft is one step closer to releasing multiplayer for Ghost Recon: Wildlands.
In fact, the new player-vs-player action won't be added for quite some time, with Ubisoft explaining: "A PvP mode for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands will be available in the coming months".
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The BJP has been doing everything to finish regional parties to end true federalism in the country, the RJD chief said. What is on since morning, that was also discussed", Mamata said about the raids after meeting Sonia Gandhi here.
Boothe began his acting career performing Shakespeare in the theater before landing his role in 1977's The Goodbye Girl . Boothe's family are considering a memorial celebration in honor of the late actor, but the date is yet to be confirmed .
Businesses are on high alert this morning following fears a massive computer virus could spread to Ireland. All internet users are being warned to avoid clicking links or attachments on unknown emails.
Early Monday, Perry confirmed that her new album is indeed titled Witness and also revealed tour dates through early 2018. Expect a similar performance when Perry returns to the venue on December 10 in support of her forthcoming album, Witness .
The Wizards haven't been out of the second round since 1979, when the then-Bullets beat the Spurs to advance to the NBA Finals. Nevertheless, the backcourts of the Wizards and Celtics will not be the key to who walks out of TD Garden victorious.
Andrew's was founded in 1978 and only has about 580 students from pre-K through 12th grade, the Washington Post reports. It has a median class size of 15 and a 7:1 student to teacher ratio, according to information on the school's website .
The couple reportedly had an affair while the speaker was still married to his second of three wives, Marianne Gingrich . A nomination of Callista Gingrich could come this week, pending approval from the Office of Government Ethics.
Needless to say, this is the rugged version of the smartphone, just like the case with the Galaxy S7 and its active counterpart. If the latest one is anything to go by, the upcoming smartphone from Samsung will feature a massive 6.3-inch display.
'Sword stands ready,' Pence warns North Korea
But the meetings could indicate how forcefully the US will pressure Japan to further open its farm and automotive sectors. He said the country should have been dealt with by President Obama and "previous presidents all the way back to Clinton".
Oil prices move up on hopes supply glut may ease
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Rory McIlroy says tests show no new injury to his back
Rahm enters the weekend 4-under par and in the mix, five shots out of the lead held by Louis Oosthuizen and Kyle Stanley. The player spent nearly five hours hitting balls on the range that day. "I felt a bit of stiffness on Sunday", he said.
Renault stops production at some sites after cyber attack
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SEGA Plans Revival of Major IPs
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Woman killed saving daughter on Mother's Day in NY
Riolo was backing out of a diagonal parking spot when she drove onto the sidewalk, in reverse, and then hit the women. This past Mother's Day, however, a NY mother made the ultimate sacrifice for her teenage daughter.
Palestinians hope for settlement curb if peace talks resume
In anticipation of Donald Trump's visit, Israel has made a decision to deploy more than 10,000 police officers to secure the area. He said Israel must oppose attempts to establish a Palestinian state and insist on Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem "forever".