Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Operation Oracle Drops This Week, Stars The Punisher’s Jon Bernthal

Apr 30, 2019
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Ghost Recon Wildlands dropped its last Year 2 update back in February and a new season of content has yet to be confirmed. That said, Ubisoft has just surprise-announced Operation Oracle, a one-off free-mission update which launches this week! Operation Oracle will include two new story missions and feature a new character played by The Punisher star Jon Bernthal. Check out a quick teaser trailer, below.

Jon Bernthal is pretty much a perfect fit for the macho Tom Clancy universe, although I pity the poor cartel members who are about to have The Punisher sicced on them. Here’s the official Operation Oracle rundown:

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Welcome to Operation Oracle, Ghosts. With this free update to Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands you will have access to two brand-new missions that will plunge you headfirst into a scenario that will challenge your perception of the truth. You will be called by Bowman to extract a Skell Tech engineer who has been arrested by Unidad. The asset has knowledge of sensitive US industrial secrets that must be protected. You will also meet Major Cole D. Walker, a fellow Ghost Team Leader with his own agenda.

Rewards

Executioner CQC Finisher

  • Equip Walker’s bracelet to unlock a brutal new CQC finisher.

Walker Tattoo

  • Get Walker’s Ghost tattoo for your arm.

Ubisoft Club

Walker Icon Skin

  • You will be able to get this reward via the Ubisoft Club at a later date.

The Operation Oracle update also comes with a variety of fixes and minor gameplay tweaks. You can get the full patch notes, right here. Want to play as The Punisher, but don’t own Ghost Recon Wildlands? No problem – the game will be free to play from May 2 to May 5.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is available on PC, Xbox One, and PS4. The Operation Oracle update will be available to download this Thursday (May 2).

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