If you're part of the rabid Tom Clancy fanbase still taking cover and pot-shotting terrorists in Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2, you'll be interested to hear that an entire new co-op campaign has arrived on Xbox Live - if you're willing to pay for it, that is.
A rather reasonable 800 Microsoft points ($10 or £.6.50) gets you five co-operative maps and a further four adversarial maps, two all-new and seven taken from earlier Ghost Recon games. There's also 125 gamerpoints worth of extra achievements, so we're well happy.
Co-op maps include Caves, Railroad Bridge, Battlefield, Plantation and Swamp Airfield, while the new adversarial playgrounds are Business Park and Rooftop.
The publisher also notes that a free weapons pack, consisting of seven new guns, should also be out now as well.
Jan 30, 2008