Ghost Recon Wildlands: How to access the Unidad Conspiracy for free in April
Ghost Recon Wildlands was officially launched on March 7th. Since then, Ubisoft has been working at full throttle to improve the gaming experience and recently released the first major update for the game, Patch 1.1.5.
At the same time, the company has also revealed the game’s roadmap for the coming weeks, which includes seasonal challenges, unlockable content, the Narco Road and Fallen Ghosts DLCs, and more.
Moreover, players who participated in the beta for the title now have the opportunity to access the Unidad Conspiracy add-on content for free in April.
Ghost Recon: Wildlands The Unidad Conspiracy
Players of the closed and open beta who play the full version of the game before March 31 will be able to access the Unidad Conspiracy exclusive add-on content in April. This will grant access to a set of new missions in the province of Media Luna, in which the Ghosts will have to go after a mysterious Unidad captain, El Comandante. All season pass owners will also be granted this content when it releases in the month of April.
If you’ve pre-ordered Ghost Recon Wildlands, you’ve got two more weeks to complete the game and gain access to the Unidad Conspiracy add-on content. If you want to get it later, it is worth mentioning that the Unidad Conspiracy is also part of the Season Pass.
Ghost Recon Wildlands Store content
Ubisoft also explained that throughout the life of the game, players will also be able to access exclusive weapons and more customization options for their character, gear, and vehicles. Players also have the opportunity to buy this optional content in the Store in exchange for credit packs.
Most of this new content is purely cosmetic, offering players more options to customize their experience further both in solo and co-op.
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