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Post by Eorl @ 03:21pm 12/07/12 | 0 Comments
Ubisoft has announced new details today on the upcoming DLC package for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Solider, titled Artic Strike Map Pack. Oddly enough it seems PC has been left out in the cold on this DLC package, but hopefully it will arrive later.
From the streets of Moscow to the far reaches of the Arctic, this all-new downloadable content pack extends your Ghost Recon Future Soldier experience with new multiplayer maps, a new multiplayer mode, a new Guerrilla Mode co-op map, and six additional weapons to give you the supreme edge over your enemies.
The new DLC will include 3 multiplayer maps, a new multiplayer mode titled "Stockade", new weapons and a new co-op map to satisfy your futuristic needs. Ubisoft has also announced that double XP for all multiplayer matches has been enabled and will end once the DLC has launched.

Artic Strike Map Pack will be available July 17th on Xbox Live for 800 Microsoft Points and on the PlayStation Network for $9.95.












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