Ubisoft has had enough to deal with as of late. Ghost Recon Future Soldier did not have the best of launches, with many people making a fuss about multiplayer problems, especially on the PC version, which led to a patch on launch day. So in the interest of making sure Ghost Recon content runs more smoothly in the future, the developer has delayed the release of their first DLC outing for the game ‘Arctic Strike‘, to make sure it’s as polished as can be for launch.
Th Arctic Strike expansion pack was slated for release on July 3rd before it was pushed back. The DLC will take you away from the rustling and banging of city streets, to the quiet desolate lands of the freezing cold Arctic. A delay on DLC so close to the game’s launch is never a good sign, so when talking to CVG, Ubisoft gave a time frame for the contents release and clarified their intent to give gamers a top-notch DLC pack.
Later in July. We’ll have an exact date soon, we decided to take a small amount of extra time to further polish the content.
The Arctic Strike Pack will consist of new multiplayer maps, a new multiplayer mode to dig into, a new Guerrilla Mode co-op map, and six brand spanking new weapons to enrage your enemies with. The expansion pack will be available sometime in late July, at a price of $7.99 from the PlayStation Network and 800 Microsoft points from the Xbox Live Marketplace. Let’s hope Arctic Strike is up to scratch and doesn’t leave gamer’s out in the cold. What say you? Let us know in the comments.