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Ghost Recon Wildlands celebrating Operation Oracle's release with a free weekend

Ghost Recon Wildlands - Operation Oracle releases today, and you can celebrate by playing the game free this weekend.

Ubisoft announced today Operation Oracle for Ghost Recon Wildlands will contain a new narrative arc and two free missions.

Operation Oracle sends you on a rescue mission for a Skell Tech engineer taken hostage by Unidad.

What seems like a typical rescue mission turns into something much bigger. You'll find out soon enough what the score is when you meet up with Cole D. Walker, a Ghost Team Leader (played by actor Jon Bernthal) "on the hunt for truth."

Playable in single-player or co-op, Operation Oracle is out today.

Now, about that free weekend.

Ghost Recon Wildlands is now free to play on PC, Uplay, PS4, and Xbox One until May 5.  The free weekend also includes access to Operation Oracle.

Pre-loading started yesterday, May 1, on Uplay PC and PS4.

All progress will carry over to if you purchase the full game. Please visit the image below for detailed timings and information.

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