Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Arctic Strike DLC out late July
The ‘Arctic Strike’ Ghost Recon: Future Solider downloadable content has been pushed back from July 3rd to later in July. But fear not, shooter fans. It should be worth the wait. Ubisoft promises the delay is in order to give the map and weapon-filled pack extra polish. Here’s the lowdown, and a reminder of what you get for your cash.
Arctic Strike lends Ghost Recon: Future Soldier additional maps, a new multiplayer mode, and a new Guerrilla Mode co-op map. Players will also get six extra weapons to play with.
The Arctic Strike pack was due to land in on 3rd July, so late July shouldn’t be too long for even the most ardent most Ghost Recon: Future Solider fan to wait.
When it lands, the pack will cost £7.99 on the PlayStation Network on PS3 or 800 Microsoft Points from Xbox Live on an Xbox 360.
Ghost Recon: Future Solider is the latest game in the Tom Clancy’s series of games. The shooter mixes up tactical stealth play and action in a manner that even the most gung-ho Call of Duty player can get into.
In our Ghost Recon: Future Soldier review from last month, we praised its approach to making military simulation approachable, and terrific multiplayer modes that encourage players to work together in a way so few games manage to do so. Not even its awkward story-telling could spoil the fun.
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