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Ghost Recon 2

Platform(s): GameCube, PlayStation 2, Xbox
Genre: Action
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft Shanghai
Release Date: March 15, 2005

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'Ghost Recon 2' (Xbox) Downloadable Content - Screens & Trailer

by Judy on March 7, 2005 @ 1:15 p.m. PST

Ghost Recon 2 is set in the chaotic battlefields of tomorrow, and will offer gamers an insider's view of the way large scale conflicts will be fought in the near future.

Get the Ghost Recon 2 trailer off WP (13mb)

The DLC #1, available free of charge, includes the following:

These new maps will be available for many of the game types that shipped with Ghost Recon 2, plus the 2 new game types included in this package.

  • Train Yard Interior: This level focuses gameplay exclusively in the complex train station section of the Train Yard map. Shadowed areas with heavy cover contrasted by unforgiving well-lit open terrain will provide for an intense close-quarters combat experience. This map is great for small Squad or Solo games.
  • Train Yard Forest: Battle it out in the heavily wooded nighttime setting of the exterior forest from the Train Yard map. Keep to the shadows or brave the well-lit roadway to gain the advantage over an unsuspecting enemy. This map is particularly well suited for squad gametypes or larger solo games.
  • Railway Valley: This level concentrates on the furious action provided by the wooded groves and rocky outcropping in the large valley of the Railway map. Players will be able snipe approaching enemies from behind boulders or stealthily attack from tree-cover. This map is great for any size solo or squad gametype.


These modes are available for play on most of the multiplayer maps that shipped with Ghost Recon 2.

  • Recovery:
    In the Ghost Recon variant of the classic Capture the Flag gametype players will battle each other to capture and return a flag to their squad base. Each time the flag is secured at a team's base they will score 100 points and the flag will be re-set back in the center of the map. Respawns are enabled to further intense action experience. Solid Squad tactics and strategy are a must to dominate in this gametype.
  • Assassination:
    In the Assassination gametype squads are pitted against each other to defend or, alternatively, assassinate an AI officer. When the game starts one squad will be chosen to defend the officer while the other is charged will eliminating him. Scores are based off of how long the officer is kept alive or how long it takes to eliminate him. There are no respawns in this gametype so ever shot counts.


  • M8 Compact: The M8 Compact is a shortened version of the standard carbine. It is highly maneuverable, although less accurate than other versions.
  • MP5 SD: The MP4 is a popular submachine gun. This version incorporates a suppressor for quiet operation.
  • S9 SD Sniper: The S9 is an advanced marksman version of the G36 rifle. This version is suppressed and fires special subsonic ammo.
  • Mk 48 LMG: The Mk 48 LMG is an update to the Mk46, firing the more powerful 7.62 cartridge.
  • FAMAS G2: The bullpup FAMAS G2 is the standard infantry rifle of the French army. It is known for its high rate of fire.
  • FAMAS/M203S: This is a standard FAMAS G2 with an attached M203 launcher.
  • MSG-90: Used by the German Army, the MSG-90 is a powerful sniper platform based on the battle proven G3.
  • AS56 SA W: Designed to increase the capabilities of the M4, the AS56 is essentially a belt-fed M4, creating a compact SA W.


  • New Ghosts Set with Digital Camo from the US Army.
  • New set of Korean enemies.

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