Ubisoft's open world tactical shooter Ghost Recon Wildlands will be available for free download from 02 May to 05 May 2019 on all platforms. Players will have the chance to play two missions in brand new Operation Oracle narrative arc.
Ubisoft have today officially announced their next free update for tactical shooter Ghost Recon Wildlands. Named Operation Oracle, it's a new narrative arc containing two free missions which drop on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 02 May 2019.
As you can see in the picture above, Ubisoft and The Punisher actor Jon Bernthal joined forces on the upcoming update and according to the official description, players will take part in a typical rescue mission where they have to save a Skell Tech engineer taken hostage by the notorious Cartel.
The whole mission will turn into "something much bigger" as you play it and it's up to you and Cole D. Walker to discover what exactly is happening. Walker is played by Bernthal and he's a leader of a Ghost Team.
Additionally, Ubisoft is celebrating the release of Operation Oracle with another free to play weekend. Ghost Recon Wildlands will be available for free on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One starting on 02 May 2019 and the promotion will run until Sunday, 05 May 2019. You can check the image below for detailed timings.
During this period, every bit of in-game content will be available for players to try and if you decide to purchase Wildlands after the free weekend, all progress will carry over to the full game.
Also, you will be able to pre-load the game starting tomorrow, 01 May 2019 so you have everything up and running once the free weekend starts. The preload option is only available on PlayStation 4 and PC, though.
Furthermore, Ghost Recon Wildlands will be available at a huge discount during the promo period. All three editions of the game will be 70 per cent off from the regular price on all platforms.
You can check the trailer for Operation Oracle on Ubisoft's YouTube channel.