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Arctic Strike DLC available on July 17th and Double XP

The first downloadable content pack for Ghost Recon Future Soldier will be available on July 17th for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. In anticipation of the DLC and in appreciation of our enthusiastic community, we are enabling double XP beginning today and lasting until the DLC launches on the 17th.

The Arctic Strike DLC extends your Ghost Recon Future Soldier Experience, bringing you from the streets of Moscow to the far reaches of the Arctic. It includes additional multiplayer maps, a new adversarial gametype, a new Guerrilla Mode co-op map, six additional weapons to provide for even more diversity in your arsenal, and more: see below.

Stockade, a new adversarial gametype

Stockade is an exciting and fun objective-based adversarial gametype, where the situation can be turned around in seconds.

  • · When players die they go to a respawn queue - the "Stockade".
  • · When a player gets a kill, one dead teammate gets freed from the Stockade.
  • · Completing an objective frees all of their teammates from the Stockade.

The overall objective in Stockade is simple: eliminate the entire enemy team before time expires. In the event of a tie, teamwork points are used to determine the winner. Stockade is playable on all 13 multiplayer maps.

3 new adversarial maps







A new Guerrilla map

Arctic Base


6 new weapons

Assault Rifles

  • · Ghost: F2000
  • · Bodark: CZS805


  • · Ghost: Mk17 PDW
  • · Bodark: OCP-11


  • · Ghost: BT MP9
  • · Bodark: Type 05 JS


  • · Achievements
  • · Level cap increase of +10

Arctic Strike DLC package will be available for purchase for 800 Microsoft points on Xbox Live or $9.95 on the PlayStation Network.


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