In the new Ghost War Mode, one team plays as Ghosts and the other plays as a squad of spec ops soldiers fighting to get a foothold in the country after the fall of the Santa Blanca Cartel.
Ubisoft has announced that beta testing for Ghost Recon: Wildlands PvP mode called Ghost War will start later this summer. The class-based tactical multiplayer mode will launch as a free update in the fall, with a beta period coming later this summer. Just like in the main game, teamwork is essential to success, so you'll need to make sure your class works in tandem with your teammates' skills. Players will choose from a variety of specialized classes, including Scout, Sniper, and Tank among many others. Each will feature weather patterns and can take place at all times of day.
Building upon the tactical squad-based gameplay from the main game, Wildlands' Ghost War mode will enable you to choose from a roster of varied classes, each created to fulfil a specific role upon the battlefield.
Ghost Recon Wildlands continues to be a huge hit for Ubisoft, and it's been Ubi's best-selling game of 2017 so far.
Though far from ideal, Ghost Recon Wildlands is one of the most effective franchise reboots in recent memory. While fans likely appreciate story DLC like Narco Road and Fallen Ghosts, Ghost War sounds like it is giving them a completely new game mode to master, and should add quite a bit of replay value to the game.