London, UK – 23 May, 2013 – Today, Ubisoft® announced the launch of patch 0.11.1 for its free-to-play PC shooter, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online®. In addition to the service fixes and improvements awaiting eager players online, patch 0.11.1 is all about providing players with choices.
Military Supply Surplus boxes are the latest form of Mystery box and give players a chance to receive a permanent item of equal or greater value to the price of the box. In other words, everyone is a winner! The new "Battle Salvage" loot box is a new take on the old loot system. These new Battle Salvage boxes not only drop more often, but are also now available in-store.
Players of all levels can now get the gear they need without the hassle of comparing stats and crunching numbers. Patch 0.11.1 includes a new series of bundles for each class, such as Starter bundles for beginners and Standard bundles for players of level 5-17. These bundles enable players to enhance their armory with a good variety of weapons and equipment all for one low price, opening up a variety of tactical possibilities and play styles to the player.
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About Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online®
Developed by Ubisoft® Singapore, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online® delivers a premium online-multiplayer-shooter experience that is downloadable and playable for free on the PC. Players can choose between three classes: Assault, Specialist, or Recon, to suit their particular style of play. As they evolve through the game, each Class can deploy unique Class Devices and other hi-tech equipment to enhance not only their individual combat effectiveness, but also that of their team. Players can enhance their game experience by using either in-game points or premium currency to purchase and equip their Ghosts with weapons, gear and other boosts. Tactical team play is crucial to victory in the fierce online matches with up to 16 players.
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