Most games tend to get two editions, standard and limited. Maybe, if it’s big enough, there’ll be a third digital deluxe release. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is going against the grain, as Ubisoft will have six versions available to purchase. While most of us will opt for the standard $59.99 edition, people who want to pay more have plenty of options.
To start, there are Deluxe and Gold Editions of Ghost Recon Wildlands. The former is $79.99 and offers the Deluxe Pack with a Huntsman rifle, Huntsman motorbike, three character customization options, three emblems, three weapon camo designs, and an XP booster. If you get a physical copy, you get the soundtrack and a map of Bolivia too. The $99.99 Gold Edition has the aforementioned Deluxe Pack and the season pass.
Then, there are the Collector’s Editions. There are three, with each one featuring one of the above versions as the centerpiece. This adds a Santa Muerte figure and Ken Taylor posters to your chosen edition.. The standard version is $119.99, the deluxe model is $129.99, and the gold one is $159.99.
If you pre-order any of the Ghost Recon Wildlands editions, you’ll get a bonus mission. It’s called The Peruvian Connection. It sends you into Bolivia to cause trouble between the Peruvian and Santa Blanca cartels. I think you’ll be able to handle that.
By the way, there’s a new Ghost Recon Wildlands trailer too. Check it out! It might help you decide which edition to buy.