Ubisoft have announced the dates of the Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta, which all players across PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One can take part in. Following a rather successful closed beta, and with the release date looming, Ubisoft need to make sure this takes off without any issues, or there will be an actual war.
Ghost Recon Wildlands is a departure from the previous games in the series, with a more open world approach, commonly compared to The Division of last year. With the aid of your friends or AI co-op partners, infiltrate enemy compounds, disable their drug network and take the fight to the crimelords across Bolivia.
The Ghost Recon Wildlands beta will be available to play from February 23rd until the 27th. You will be able to pre-load the open beta from the 21st of February, giving you a few days to ready up and get started as soon as the demo goes live. The beta trailer does make it look rather exciting though, doesn’t it?
Ghost Recon Wildlands arrives on PC and consoles on March 7th, offering you a huge open world with loads of gadgets, vehicles and weapons to fiddle around with to find what suits you. Plan strategic assaults during the day or night with a day/night cycle as well as weather. Take down the cartel.