Posted July 19, 2019 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

Ghost Recon Wildlands Mercenaries Mode Concludes Game’s Support


With Ghost Recon Breakpoint just around the corner, Ubisoft has just launched a new Ghost Recon Wildlands Mercenaries Mode with its official title update 1.29, and has announced that the developers are ending support for the game with no further major updates planned.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Mercenaries Mode is a new 8 player PvPvE experimental mode that will be chaotic and challenging for even the most skilled Wildlands combatant. A three-phase game mode, your goal is to call for extract, reach the RV point and be the first to get to the chopper! Players that complete one game of the new Ghost Recon Wildlands Mercenaries Mode will be rewarded with the Lone Wolf Walker costume.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Mercenaries

Learn more about the new Ghost Recon Wildlands Mercenaries Mode gameplay in the official Ubisoft blog, or why not watch the trailer below:

 

Fight against 7 other players and the Santa Blanca cartel in the new Mercenaries game mode coming to Ghost Recon Wildlands. Play the free update starting 7.18 and earn the Lone Wolf costume worn by Cole D. Walker!

Wildlands has enjoyed many updates and new features added to the game since launch, including a crossover with the Predator movie franchise and a cheeky cameo from Splinter Cell’s Sam Fisher.

Rocket Chainsaw gave Ghost Recon Wildlands 3 stars at launch, stating that it was “is not a bad game, but it’s far from perfect. With the two major gameplay flaws we mentioned, it’s unjustifiable to score it any higher than what we have.

Moving forward, Rocket Chainsaw has been following Ghost Recon Breakpoint since its reveal which you can read about here. The game also had an epic E3 moment when Jon Bernthal took to the stage with his pet dog, which you can check out in our E3 2019 Ghost Recon Breakpoint write-up.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint will launch on October 4, 2019 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC platforms. For more information, head to the official Ghost Recon Breakpoint website.


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?