I know some of this is repeated, but here it is…
After being quiet for several months, Ubisoft has come out to give us some information regarding the premium editions for their upcoming release of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands alongside a new trailer.
The game is set to have three different tiers of special editions for you to choose from; the Deluxe Edition, the Gold Edition and the Calavera Collector’s Case. The full list of what is coming with each different edition can be seen below:
· The Deluxe Edition, available at GAME, contains the Standard Edition and the digital Deluxe Pack, which includes: the Huntsman rifle and motorbike, 3 emblems, 3 weapon camos, 3 character customisation items, and an XP booster. The physical version of The Deluxe Edition will also include 2 extra physical items: an in-game map of Bolivia and the original soundtrack of the game.
· The Gold Edition, available at Amazon, includes the Season Pass, giving players access to two major expansions, as well as exclusive digital content such as equipment packs, an exclusive vehicle, epic weapons, and the digital Deluxe Pack.
· The Calavera Collector’s Case, exclusive to the Uplay Shop, includes all the equipment needed to operate as a Ghost deep inside the Bolivian wildlands to take down the vicious Santa Blanca cartel. This includes the Gold Edition alongside the Ghost’s Audio Headset replica, a fully functional headset for PlayStation 4, Xbox One* and PC. Last but not least, the Collector’s Case also contains a Santa Blanca Cartel Skull, an in-game map of Bolivia, the original soundtrack of the game, a Bolivian carrying pouch, and 3 postcards of Bolivia.
Additionally, Ubisoft also announced that any one who preorders the game will receive a bonus mission, “The Peruvian Connection” which will send players into the mountains of Bolivia in order to break an alliance between the Santa Blanca and the Peruvian Cartels. To get an idea of what all these goodies will look like, each edition can be seen below with the digital and physical content prominently displayed:
We also got an insight into the minds of the operators in the “We Are Ghosts” trailer that shows off some of the in game landscapes you will be travelling to as well as the tactics and gear that this generation of Ghosts will be equipped with, earlier this week.
For those of you who want to be sure you catch every little detail displayed in the trailer, Ubisoft also released a trailer breakdown going over the entire trailer again adding some information and pausing at small crucial moments:
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands does not have a set release date just yet, but we will be sure to keep you updated once anything is announced.