Posted on Tuesday, August 21st, 2012 at 7:30 PM by Tim Bowers
Ubisoft have announced the Raven Strike DLC pack, the second Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier DLC package. A throwback to traditional Ghost Recon gameplay, Raven Strike features larger maps, complex missions and an increased level of difficulty. It contains three campaign missions and a new Guerilla Mode map, each playable with up to four players. Raven Strike will be available on 11th September, 2012 for the Xbox 360 and 12th September, 2012 for the Sony PlayStation 3.
Additionally, Ubisoft disclosed that the Ghost Recon: Future Soldier development team is hard at work on further DLC content planned for release later this year.
Raven Strike DLC content includes:
3 new missions in Campaign Mode
1 new map in Guerrilla Mode
Raven Strike will be available for purchase for 1200 Microsoft points on Xbox Live or £11.99 on the PlayStation Network.
In Ghost Recon: Future Soldier join an elite team of highly trained, cut-throat special-ops soldiers. Armed to the teeth with unrivaled combat technology and cutting-edge military hardware, Ghost Recon takes you to the globe’s most deadly warzones to hunt down the highest value targets.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is now available for the Xbox 360, Sony PlayStation 3 and Windows PC.
For more news and information, please visit the game’s official website at www.ghostrecon.com.
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