Fans who have been saving up their points on Ubisoft’s Uplay service will have some new outfits to select from when Ghost Recon: Wildlands releases next month, according to a post on Reddit. A number of leaked screenshots pulled from Ubisoft’s own Content Delivery Network reveal the existence of a variety of new outfits players can unlock representing gear from other major Ubisoft franchises. These include Sam Fishers iconic goggles and Fourth Echelon suit from Splinter Cell Blacklist, a Rainbow Six Siege themed weapon skin, an Assassin’s Creed inspired hooded jacket, and a leather jacket and mask ensemble taken right out of The Division.
The leaked screenshots also reveal some interesting Ghost Recon: Wildlands accessories as well including what appears to be an explosive confetti drone skin, different patches, a Ubisoft shirt, and a fuzzy Llama knit cap. The recently announced Amazon Prime/Twitch Prime pack can also be seen here, featuring a white Santa Blanca cartel themed outfit and Skorpion weapon skin.
Fans shouldn’t be too surprised by this news, however, as many of its recent games have given players access to unique gear based on many of the franchises Ubisoft owns. Rainbow Six Siege offered a number of weapon skins based on previous Tom Clancy titles like Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, and just this past summer, The Division added three new outfits based on Splinter Cell Blacklist, Ghost Recon: Wildlands, and the aforementioned Rainbow Six Siege.
With the game set for release in less than two weeks, Ubisoft is letting gamers go hands on with the title this weekend during an open beta period. The weekend test includes all of the previously seen content in the closed beta along with an all new province called Montuyoc. The newly added region appears to be a higher level zone complete with heavily fortified strongholds and some of the toughest soldiers the cartel has to offer.
What do you think of these rewards? Are you planning to pick up a copy when it launches in a couple weeks?
Ghost Recon: Wildlands is set for release on March 7, 2017 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.