Predator DLC Making Its Way To Ghost Recon: Wildlands

In a teaser trailer released by Ubisoft Youtube, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands apparently will be getting the iconic alien-hunter known as the Predator this month. The special Predator DLC event starts on December 14, till early January.

In this event, players can go solo or team-up with others in hunting down the predator, while also being hunted themselves. Players will be rewarded with exclusive items such as the Predator mask that comes with Predator vision and other nifty gear once the Predator is taken out in the ultimate hunt challenge.

A new Ghost War class is also introduced in this event where the main character ‘Dutch’ from the original Predator movie will have the ability to engage in Battle Rage mode. Dutch will offer offensive players new ways to battle on the PVP battleground. Ghost War players can access the new class through the Ghost War Pass or the Season Pass, or by using their Prestige points.

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