Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier – Raven Strike DLC Package

Today, Ubisoft 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® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and 12th September, 2012 for the Sony PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system.

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
·         Secure Dawn: a foggy marsh in Kazakhstan where the Ghosts will not be allowed access to advanced technology (no optical camouflage, drone or sensor grenade)
·         Cold Walker: a train depot on the Russian countryside
·         Argent Thunder: a nighttime urban setting in Moscow

1 new map in Guerrilla Mode 
·         Sawmill: face 50 waves of enemies on a foggy Russian countryside

Raven Strike will be available for purchase for 1200 Microsoft points on Xbox Live or 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® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, Sony PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Windows PC.

For more news and information, please visit the game’s official website at<gp_link type=”http” loc=”//www.ghostrecon.com”>www.ghostrecon.com.

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