The new PlayStation Plus debuted with great success among gamers, with a large catalog full of varied titles. While many believe that Sony’s service does not have the strength to be an “answer to Xbox Game Pass”, there are already those who claim the superiority of the new PS Plus. The fact is, the company seems determined to offer a robust subscription service.
After debuting with an interesting catalogue, the new PS Plus has already received important news such as Stray (day one), several Assassin’s Creed, the Yakuza franchise and others. Now, a new rumor indicates that another major release from Ubisoft is coming to the service very soon.
Ghost Recon Wildlands on PS Plus
According to Billbil-Kun, a leaker who usually brings accurate leaks about PS Plus monthly games, said that Ghost Recon Wildlands will be one of the games integrated into Ubisoft+ Classics, which means that the game would be available to subscribers of the Extra and Deluxe levels of the game. new Playstation Plus.
Small bonus for anyone reading this review embedded in another. Ghost Recon Wildlands will also be one of the Ubisoft+ games in the August Extra catalog. Obviously, this information is exclusive and you won’t find it (by the usual means) on the internet.
Ubisoft has already officially stated that it intends to increase the options of Ubisoft Classics, offering dozens of games by the end of the year. So it’s very likely that billbil-kun shared some accurate information. Furthermore, the user’s history of correct leaks is also a strong indication that the Ubisoft game will indeed be available to PS Plus Extra/Deluxe subscribers.
Ghost Recon Wildlands
Focusing on cooperation between players, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands pits players against the Santa Blanca cartel, which has turned Bolivia into an extremely dangerous country ruled by drug trafficking. The Ghosts team emerges as the hope to establish order again in the country, preventing the looming collapse of the cartel’s violent rule.
Wildlands is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia, and can also be played on the new generation with backward compatibility. Check out the game trailer below.