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Special Operation 2 is coming

Greetings Ghosts, We have been thrilled to see your reactions to the announcement of the second year of content for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, and the release of Special Operation 1. And now, releasing on July 24th, Special Operation 2 will bring even more content for all of our players.   Special Operation 2 will include a new strong theme, PVE experiences, Ghost War updates, as well as community-requested features. Let’s dive into more details: Ghost Mode: Ghost mode is designed for the best of the best Ghosts out there. In this mode, you’ll be able to create a new character in order to take down the Santa Blanca under the most thrilling conditions. - With only one primary weapon by your side, you’ll need to choose carefully. You will only be able to change your loadout at either an ammo box, or by looting fallen enemies. - You will also need to plan out your reloads, as any remaining ammo in your magazine will be lost. - Be extremely careful with your shots, Ghosts, or you could bring down your co-op team with friendly fire. - And most importantly, with Ghost Mode, death is permanent. So stay frosty. Ghost Mode will be available for all difficulty settings, including Tier 1 Mode. And of course this challenge doesn’t come without rewards: more to come on that in our patchnotes. So put your skills to the test and reap the benefits that will come with success! This free mode will be available for all players, with a week-early access for Year 2 Pass holders starting on July 24th, 2018. True Solo: Those who are truly looking for a lone wolf experience can now toggle off their AI teammates in both our Campaign and Ghost Mode. Up for the challenge? New PVP Maps: We have two new maps coming to Ghost War, including a highly community- requested snow map. Victory Screen: The taste of victory will be made even sweeter with the return of the Victory Screen at the end of Ghost War matches. The winning team will now get to show off their customization and victory poses after a well-earned win. Observer Mode: Take your Ghost War experience to the next level with our brand new Observer Mode. Simply go into Custom Matches to both watch and showcase your Ghost War games. Game on! Ghost War Challenges: New daily challenges will now be available in Ghost War, rewarding players with Prestige credits for their extra hard work. Prestige Economy: You shared your feedback, and we heard you! Special Operation 2 will bring an overhaul of our Prestige economy. You will now be able to earn Prestige Credits not only in Ghost War, but also in the Campaign too (including Ghost Mode). A new tab in the Store will be added to allow you to spend your Prestige Credits not only on Ghost War Classes, but on Prestige Packs too, which include customization items. Year 2 Pass Updates: Not only do Year 2 Pass owners gain week-early access to all Ghost War Classes, they will now also enjoy a week-early access to Ghost Mode, starting on July 24th. The Year 2 Pass also includes the Splinter Cell Gear Pack and 8 Battle Crates. You can purchase a Year 2 Pass here. New Customization Items: More than 100 new exclusive items have been added to our Battle Crates, including new Emotes, Voice Lines, customizable weapons, vehicles, and more! This is all the intel we have to share on Special Operation 2 for now. But more to come on our new theme, PVE missions, and two new PVP Classes. Stay tuned, Ghosts. To learn more about Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, please keep an eye on ghostrecon.com and visit our official forums. We also invite you to join the discussion on Twitter by tagging @GhostRecon or by using #GhostRecon. To keep track of your stats and find other Ghosts to join your taskforce, log in to the Ghost Recon Network and download the Ghost Recon HQ App....

FC5 Photo Mode Contest: Lost on Mars

Calling all Far Cry Photographers! You’ve shown us your best wingsuit stunts, breathtaking Hope County views, and adorable pictures with Boomer- now it’s time to take your camera to Mars! From July 19th to August 2nd, to celebrate the launch of Lost on Mars, we are launching the first Far Cry Photo Mode contest. Take a break from fighting alien arachnids and tour the exotic Martian scenery with Nick Rye and Hurk. Show off your favorite takedowns with new futuristic weapons, capture jetpack action shots in zero gravity, or even take a selfie with an alien! How to Access Photo mode? Starting your photography career couldn’t be easier! Access photo mode from the pause menu and rotate the camera to find the best angle. Settings like time of day and field of view can also be adjusted to set up the perfect shot. You can even add filters to fit the mood! If you’re interested in learning more about Photo Mode, check out this helpful FAQ. How to Participate? Qualified photos must be taken in the Lost on Mars DLC or the Martian Returns Ubisoft developer map in Far Cry Arcade. Entry photos must be created in the Photo Mode feature of Far Cry 5. Entry Photos cannot be altered using 3rd-party tools, including, but not limited to, photo editing software. Publish your qualified entry image from the Far Cry 5 Photo Mode to either Twitter, Facebook or Instagram using the hashtag #FC5PhotoModeContest or publish your qualified entry image in the comments section of the announcement post of the Far Cry 5 Photo Mode Contest. All entries must comply with Ubisoft terms and conditions- the full list of official rules can be found here. Only one screenshot can be submitted per person- choose wisely! Winners Winners will be chosen by a panel of judges consisting of members of the Far Cry Community Team, based on the following criteria: Originality: Most original of all qualified Entry Photos Art: Most artistic of all qualified Entry Photos Theme: Must be clearly tied to the Lost on Mars theme Each winner will receive: 500 Silver Bars 1 Digital T-Shirt to customize your in game avatar 1 Far Cry 5 Poster Official rules can be located here. Good luck and happy shooting! 📸 The Far Cry Community Team...

Operation Watchman – Intel from Karen

Take a knee, Ghosts, and listen up! This one’s important. We have a high-value national security asset entering Bolivia with us this month: it’s Sam Fisher and he needs our help. A legend in his own right, Sam, code-named Matchwood for this operation, is here in Bolivia to capture a rogue CIA operative who’s selling information on new projects for weapon development to the highest bidder, which just so happens to be the Santa Blanca cartel and the UNIDAD forces. He’s also here to ascertain the situation as it relates to a breach in national security. Rumor has it the weapons development information has been uploaded to a UNIDAD server with a central access point located within the UNIDAD Forward Operating Base (FOB), Vibora, within La Cruz province here in Bolivia. You’ll have to wait until the cover of darkness at 21:00 hours to begin your approach, but remember that this is strictly a stealth operation, which means we can’t risk going loud until we secure the assets we need. Sam will have tactical operation command on this operation and will be with you in the field, and I will be your handler here at the safe house. Your mission is to provide him with a security detail and make sure he gets what he needs off the UNIDAD network. In short, get in undetected, get the intel, and get out by any means necessary. Satellite imagery of the immediate area suggests there are multiple viable routes of infiltration into the UNIDAD compound. The compound is broken up into two different hubs connected by a roadway system, walled off with fences topped with concertina wire and HESCO barriers, as well as, in some places, concrete walls. However, there are some breaches in their security, which I will highlight for you below, but you may pick your own approach based on what you deem necessary. Be aware, however, that the compound has both drone jammer technology and SAM missile batteries, so an aerial approach is ill-advised. Equipment Check Your equipment and what you decide to take with you on this operation will be imperative to your success. Expect heavy resistance once the counter-hack has been initiated; however, at this point in time, we can’t quite tell how much resistance you should expect. We advise that you take either a light machine gun for armor shredding of potential vehicles and suppressing infantry, such as the M249 SAW, or a heavy-bore sniper rifle for taking out armored vehicle’s engine blocks or heavily armored infantry in a single shot, such as the HTI. Alternatively, you could use the M14 with the EXPS scope or ACOG, as it serves a dual purpose function between range and damage output. Since this will be a close-quarters engagement, it may also be wise to consider taking a submachine gun, which will let you get more rounds on target in close proximity due to its increase in fire rate over other weapon types. We recommend either the Vector or MP7. Approach Alpha: I can suggest an approach from the southwestern and southeastern sides of the southernmost hub of the compound. This area is shadowed by a mountainous region, which can give height advantage for immediate line of sight and reconnaissance of OPFOR locations, alarm systems, and SAM batteries, as well as the drone jammer, before you begin your approach. On the northwestern side of the southern hub of the compound, across from the helicopter hangars, you will find a break in the concertina wire and HESCO barriers, which can be vaulted over, granting you access in to the facility. This area, however, is guarded by a sniper tower, as well as several barracks with patrolling guards. Additionally, on the opposite side of the sniper tower and on the southeastern side approach, you will find an open doorway, though security is tight on this side due to two manned helicopter hangars with patrolling guards. Be advised that enemy Apache gunships and Black Hawks are on standby. Maybe you can keep that in mind as an escape route for later. This route is significantly longer on approach to the rendezvous point with Matchwood; however, it provides more immediate cover, as well as alternative access to the drone jammer as you egress from the southern hub to the northern. Approach Bravo: Alternatively, just south of Hoyito village and west of the La Cruz freight yard is the entrance to the main hub of the compound, which has several guard outposts and checkpoints. However, further reconnaissance found a lightly guarded area on the northeastern side of the compound just past a guard tower. This is the most direct route to the rendezvous point with Matchwood; however, the changing guard patterns may make it a bit tricky to infiltrate without detection. This is also the most direct route to the only drone jammer within the compound, which can be disabled by physically pulling the attached lever on the northern side of the array. The problem, however, is that the array is under constant watch by vigilant, rotating UNIDAD guards. Also, remember that you have to remain undetected during your approach to the rendezvous point with Matchwood, so disabling the jammer with explosives is strictly a no-go. Regardless of which approach you decide to use, or whether you craft your own, be sure to be mindful of your surroundings and use the tools you are provided with to gain the advantage. Our rebel friend, Pac Katari of the Kataris 26, will be on standby for enemy spotting, diversions, and guns-for-hire to create distractions and open up windows of opportunity for you and your team to infiltrate the compound. By using the spotting function, you can reveal patrolling guards and their immediate locations, which will help you plan your infiltration route more efficiently. Also, be sure to make use of your diversion lures and flares to attract patrolling guards to areas outside of the area of operations to temporarily remove patrols from your path of egression. This will buy you valuable time to egress or move in unnoticed, into and out of the compound. You may even be able to use this to your advantage to disable or booby-trap the SAM batteries or drone jammer array with C4 explosives to help you out later with exfiltration. The level of resistance upon successful completion of the counter-hack at this point is unknown, but be aware that once the counter-hack has been initiated, you should expect some potentially unfriendly company. I advise that you booby-trap the immediate entry and exit points as you pass through with C4 explosives or mines to quickly eliminate any UNIDAD in close proximity to the terminal, in case you stir up the hornet’s nest. This will buy you valuable time to set up your defensive positions. Exfiltration Keep in mind that once you have successfully completed the counter-hack, you will need to exfil as quickly as possible. There are a few viable routes based on how you proceeded with your infiltration, though the best route is to use the tree tops for cover, which means you want to avoid a southwesterly exfil as much as possible due to the lack of cover. We advise that you head southeast toward the La Cruz Freight Yard. By exiting from the Approach Alpha entry point and following the power lines, you can use the cover of the tree tops to lose pursuing helos. Stay low and on the deck wherever possible, as this will enable you to lose your pursuers more quickly. This is also where that M249 SAW will come into play for suppression and armor shredding. Simply follow the path and powerlines to reach the La Cruz Freight Yard. Once you make it to the La Cruz Freight Yard you should see a small Santa Blanca foot mobile patrol around a helicopter. Eliminate the two to three guards and hitch a ride. Remember to fly low, however, if you didn’t disable the SAM missile batteries on your infiltration route – at least until you are out of range. As you complete your joint effort mission, Operation Watchman, with the legendary Sam Fisher, we want to hear your stories of how you completed the operation. Did you elect to use Approach A or B, or did you craft one of your own? Let us know in the comments below and share your stories! Alternatively, you can head over to the official Ubisoft Forums, where you can discuss the mission at length; you can even submit your own tactics and strategies in our dedicated section for such topics! Also, be sure to link up with your fellow Ghosts to complete the operation together by joining Task Forces on Ghost Recon Network. Find players with similar playstyles, preferred motivations, and play schedules – only on Ghost Recon Network!...

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