Ghost Recon Wildlands players have found another hint in the game that points at a website with a date and time for some kind of reveal. The website includes a pending ESRB rating suggesting that this could be a new game and not a DLC.
As we get closer to this year's E3 expo, which is taking place from 11 June to 14 June 2019, many teases and hints are starting to appear, suggesting that some potential new games could be revealed at the world's biggest gaming convention.
One of the games that has been subject of these teases is Ghost Recon Wildlands. Earlier this year, players found an in-game Easter egg that led them to a mysterious trailer for Skell Technology - a large company which manufactures drones and robots that can be used for civilian use. The company appears in numerous Ubisoft games including Watch Dogs 2 and Rainbow Six: Siege which led players to believe it's some sort of tease for Ubisoft's next game.
The latest update for Ghost Recon Wildlands, named Operation Oracle clears the mystery and now we know that Ubisoft plan to show us something in just a few days. The update contains an invitation to an event called SkellCon which is taking place on 09 May 2019, 11:30 PDT / 08:30 PM CET.
Furthermore, there's a pending ESRB rating on the website, which suggests it could be a brand new game, potentially a sequel to Wildlands or Watch Dogs 2, and not an expansion.
Some players even found additional clues in Ghost Recon Wildlands which you can use to log into the Skell Tech's website. Once you log in, a video featuring Skell's products shows up along with the CEO of the fictional company. Here are some of the username and password combinations you can use to check out the video:
- Username: Epichon | Password: 15304
- Username: Kbowman | Password: 50478
- Username: asantos | Password: 10068
Whatever Ubisoft plan to reveal in just a few days, one thing is for certain, it will feature a lot of drones and robots as Skell Tech company is a huge part of their hype campaign.