Ubisoft released details on Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands' Special Operation 3, which is the third free update for Wildlands' second year of post-launch content. Special Operation 3 will launch on December 11, 2018 across all available platforms. The update includes a new PvE mission, new PvP maps and classes, a new Photo Mode, and improvements to the Prestige Economy based on community feedback.
The Year 2 pass for Ghost Recon Wildlands grants players seven days of early access to the two new Ghost War classes along with an exclusive customization pack starting on December 11, 2018. For players who don't own the Year 2 pass, the new Ghost War classes are available on December 18th.
The new Special Operations 3 Photo Mode allows players to capture and edit pictures, including various effects and filters. Those images will be available for online sharing as well. Granted, those social share options are platform specific, so there is some variability between versions.
PC players can get Battle Crate rewards (including Spec Ops and Ghost War crates) through the PC Referral Program from December 11, 2018 through February 11, 2019. Invitees who purchase the game will also get a Battle Crate reward. So if you have friends who don't own Wildlands, that two month window is the time to bring them into the game.
Finally, the game's Store is getting an overhaul based on player commentary, which means new content and some quality of live improvements. The Wildlands store will receive more than 90 new items, including a new theme pack for Special Operation 3. The Economy changes coming will build on the changes made for Special Operation 2, but Ubisoft has not released specific details just yet.