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 (£.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, Swamp Airfield, while the new adversarial playgrounds are Business Park and Rooftop. It all sounds quite Urban (and boring) to us, can we have a deathmatch level set in Sainsbury's, Ubisoft?
The publisher also notes that a free weapons pack, consisting of seven new guns for the game, should also be out now as well. Can't say fairer than that...