Ubisoft’s Original Ghost Recon Game and Sequel DLCs Are Currently Free

Ubisoft celebrated the 20th Anniversary of Ghost Recon yesterday by announcing a new game, Ghost Recon: Frontline. Offering first-person action in a free-to-play package, this upcoming title is a shift from Wildlands and Breakpoint's third-person gunplay.

While Frontline is forthcoming, fans can reminisce over the original 2001 classic. Ubisoft is giving away the first Ghost Recon and various DLCs for the franchise's sequel completely free.

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Ubisoft’s Original Ghost Recon Game and Sequel DLCs Are Currently Free

Alongside the original Tom Clancy game, Ghost Recon: Wildlands' Fallen Ghosts add-on and Ghost Recon: Breakpoint's Deep State Adventure expansion can also be obtained. Free copies can be accessed through Ubisoft Connect and are available from October 5th until October 11th.

The full instructions for claiming the free content can be seen here. Ubisoft is also giving away various skins from the franchise's episodes:

We are giving away three free skins from iconic Ghost Recon games. Starting November 2, you’ll be able to redeem three full gear sets for free: Scott Mitchell from Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter®, Alicia Diaz from Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® 2, and John Kozak from Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier®.

We'll keep you updated as we learn more.

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