Posted December 15, 2017 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

Ghost Recon Wildlands Predator Is Real


Deep in the jungles of Bolivia lies a threat no man should face. 30 years ago a younger, more ripped Arnold Schwarzenegger ventured into the jungles of Central America and returned a different man. He faced The Predator. An agile stealthy alien with unparalleled weaponry. The perfect killing machine. But all predators have a weakness, and in the Ghost Recon Wildlands Predator DLC you’ll learn that if it bleeds, you can kill it.

In a special event that starts now, the Ghost Recon Wildlands Predator content will be available for groups of 1 to 4 players, tasking you to kill the Predator. If you’re able to complete the mission, you’ll be rewarded with a Predator mask which includes the legendary Predator vision.

There is also a purchasable Predator Pack which gives you 15 Predator-inspired items, as well as a new unique melee move. The new Ghost Recon Wildlands Ghost War PVP mode will also include a new character inspired by Arnold Schwarzenegger’s character in the movie, and it will have a “battle rage” mode that buffs your stats.

Check out the official trailer for the Ghost Recon Wildlands Predator special event below:

 

The event will run through to the new year, finishing up in early January, and should allow fans to reconnect with the Predator franchise before the original movie’s reboot gets released in February.

Ghost Recon Wildlands launched on March 7, 2017 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. Rocket Chainsaw reviewed it, giving it 3 stars at the time and saying it “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.

Since reviewing Wildlands, Ubisoft has released several patches fixing the launch bugs and the game is now much more playable.


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?