Ubisoft announced via press release this week that the second batch of DLC for Wildlands will arrive on May 30 for Season Pass holders on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. If you don't fall into that category, then you can buy all of the new content for $14.99 piece meal come June 6. It's called "Fallen Ghosts," in case you're curious, and it's packing in a little something for everyone.
Set following the main Wildlands campaign, Fallen Ghosts features a new threat, Los Axtranjeros, who have been assembled to restore order to a country caught in the midst of a civil war. They pretty much blame the Ghosts for everything that's going wrong, which is why their mission is to track down and eliminate any and all American agents. In other words, the hunters are becoming the hunted.
Your job is simple (kinda): Track down and evacuate any remaining Americans in the territory. Unfortunately, a monkey wrench gets thrown into the proceedings before you can really get rolling. Your chopper gets shot down and you find yourself stranded in a jungle surrounded by hostile agents. Fun! Those new enemies come in four flavors.
Armored: Equipped with heavy bulletproof plates, they are especially threatening in close combat.
Elite Sniper: Geared up with an advanced movement detector, these Elite Snipers are able to notice far away targets and never miss their shot.
Jammer: With a jamming antenna directly in their backpack, they are able to neutralize drones and interfere with all electronic equipment.
Covert Ops: Equipped with a new prototype cloaking device that makes them almost invisible and a powerful crossbow, they give a new meaning to the word "Ghost."
Luckily, you'd never be thrown into the Wildlands without a way to defend yourself, which is why players will have access to some brand new firepower to help even the odds. These include new assault rifles, sniper rifles and that crossbow mentioned above with, you guessed it, explosive arrows.
All told, this Wildlands DLC stretches across 15 new missions boasting a collection of new bosses to take down in three major regions. Also, when you start playing, you'll get a new character who is already set to level 30 and has all of the main game's skills ready to roll. The cap will be shifted from 30 to 35 to give you something to strive for, and you'll also have nine new skills to unlock.
If that isn't enough, then you folks who enjoy a good challenge will be happy to hear that Wildlands' advanced and expert play modes have been tweaked to be even more difficult. Also, you'll no longer have access to a HUD in those modes, so good luck!