Ghost Recon Future Soldier – Raven Strike DLC out now
Calling all Ghost Recon Future Soldier fans – Ubisoft have announced that the latest DLC for the title – Raven Strike – is now available to download for the PS3 and Xbox360.
Harkening back to traditional Ghost Recon gameplay, the Raven Strike DLC features bigger maps, more complex and challenging missions and a harder level of difficulty.
The DLC features three new campaign missions, and according to the Playstation Blog:
- In Secure Dawn, a plane transporting a highly valuable VIP has been shot down over a forested area next to the Russian border. A distress beacon has been received. The Ghosts deploy to find the VIP and safely extract him. With sensor grenades, drone and camouflage all out of commission, the player will have to take care of business the old-fashioned way!
- In Cold Walker, High Command have tracked a Raven’s Rock mobile command center to the inside of a train depot, deep in the heart of Russia. The Ghosts are deployed to locate and acquire precious intel. Cold Walker features multiple environment types: a massive open environment to test your infiltration skills; a complex and dangerous rail yard for intense combat, where cover, CQC, and reaction times are vital; and more… and
- In Argent Thunder, the Ghosts are sent out to eliminate four Raven’s Rock VIPs trying to trigger a nationalist uprising in the city. At night, in a besieged Moscow, they will have to use the full potential of their tools to comprehend the dangers of the battlefield: numerous highly-trained enemies on the surrounding buildings, rooftops, bridges and vehicles promise a difficult fight!
There’s also a new Guerilla Mode map, which will see you facing waves of enemies in the Russian countryside. The new campaign missions and Guerilla mode are playable with up to four people, and there are a whole bunch of new trophies and achievements for those of you looking to increase your respective trophy counts/gamerscore.
The DLC will set you back 1200 MSP, or AU $15.95.
Source: Playstation Blog