Available from September 11 for the PS3 and Xbox 360, the 'Raven Strike' pack adds three campaign missions and a new Guerilla mode map.
Costing 1200 Microsoft Points (£10.80 / $15), or £11.99 on the PlayStation Network, the new maps will be bigger and more difficult to complete.
New missions include 'Secure Dawn', which takes place on a foggy marsh in Kazakhstan where the Ghosts will not be allowed access to advanced technology.
'Cold Walker', meanwhile, shifts the action to a train depot on the Russian countryside, while Moscow-based level 'Argent Thunder' takes place overnight.
The new Guerilla map sees players defend against 50 waves of enemies in the foggy Russian countryside.
It is the second batch of DLC to release for the game after last month's Arctic Strike pack, which added three new multiplayer maps, a Guerilla co-op map, a new multiplayer game mode, six additional weapons and an increased level cap.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier was released in May for the Xbox 360 and PS3. The delayed PC version launched last month.
Originally scheduled for release in 2011, it was delayed in order to keep its identity, with Ubisoft admitting that it may have spent too much time redesigning the title.
It went on to dominate the all-format and platform charts within the first few weeks on sale.
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