The “better” Ghost Recon game released by Ubisoft in recent years is set to arrive on PlayStation Plus Extra and Deluxe this month. We know that Sony promised to add new games to the library each month with new games being announced in the middle of the month and added the week afterwards. Last month, PlayStation released a range of new Ubisoft titles including Assassin’s Creed IV: Blag Flag, Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate and more. This month, Ghost Recon Wildlands might be one of many new games arriving on the service.
The news comes from reliable PlayStation Plus leaker Dealabs who posted on its forum that Wildlands would be joining the lineup. The leak suggests that PlayStation will also bring other Ubisoft games to the service. This is expected given how Sony and Ubisoft recently announced that all the Ubisoft+ games will arrive on the PlayStation Plus service by the end of the year.
I say “better” Ghost Recon game because it is. Ghost Recon Wildlands is a great open-world action game that is made even better with co-op. The game was released back in 2017 and delivered a fun shooter. Ubisoft then followed the game up with multiple DLC packs, free updates and loads of new content. Sadly, Ubisoft tried to replicate this with Ghost Recon Breakpoint and it didn’t go down too well.
Unfortunately, at the moment Ubisoft is struggling with the Ghost Recon Wildlands servers which are currently down. Ubisoft says they don’t have any idea when these issues will be fixed. Let’s hope this issue doesn’t affect the launch of PlayStation Plus. The problems arrived shortly after the game was added to the Xbox Game Pass lineup last week.