The original Ghost Recon and DLC for its sequels are free to keep for free

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon, Ubisoft is giving away the original game as well as DLC for some of its sequels – the Fallen Ghosts add-on for Ghost Recon Wildlands from 2017 and Deep State Adventure for Ghost Recon from 2019 Breakpoint. All three will be available on Ubisoft Connect through October 11th, and instructions on how to get them can be found on the giveaway page.

The original Ghost Recon is quite respected, and in its review at the time, Li C. Kuo gave a score of 93 and said, “You will feel like you are in the middle of a war movie. One second you will admire the beauty and tranquility of a forest, and the next moment the sky is burning with explosions and gunfire, and you are in the middle of the biggest firefight of your life. “

Starting November 2nd, Ubisoft is giving away free skins for some of the older games. You can get equipment sets for Scott Mitchell from Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, Alicia Diaz from Ghost Recon 2, and John Kozak from Ghost Recon Future Soldier.

During a livestream for its 20th anniversary, Ubisoft announced the next game in the series, Ghost Recon Frontline. It will be a free class-based battle royale FPS where teams of three compete against each other to achieve goals and then extract from a wide-open map. A start date has not been confirmed.


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