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Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ Narco Road Expansion Releasing Next Week for Season Pass Holders

Ghost Recon: Wildlands‘ first expansion, Narco Road, will be making its way onto PS4, Xbox One and PC next week but will only initially be available to season pass holders before going on sale to everyone else later on.

Season pass holders will get access to Narco Road on April 18th, while the expansion will go on sale to everyone else a week later on April 25th.

In Narco Road players are given the task of taking down a smuggling ring led by the elusive El Invisible. The expansion adds 15 new missions and four new types of side missions, as well as new racing challenges. There are also new vehicles, including muscle cars, monster trucks, chopper motor bikes and planes.
As part of the expansion, Narco Road will also add three new bosses for players to earn the respect of, with each boss having their own gang, ‘the thrill-seeking Kamikazes, the muscle car-loving Jinetes Locos, and the Santa Muerte-obsessed Death Riders.’
“New targets, new vehicles, and a new approach to taking down the cartel are all coming soon in the Narco Road expansion for Ghost Recon Wildlands,” Ubisoft said in a blog post.
“In order to dismantle a smuggling ring led by the elusive El Invisible, you and your squad will have to infiltrate the gangs under his control and earn the respect of three new bosses. Each boss commands a gang with its own identity, including the thrill-seeking Kamikazes, the muscle car-loving Jinetes Locos, and the Santa Muerte-obsessed Death Riders.”

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