Open beta for Ghost Recon Wildlands arrives next weekBy Robin-Leigh Chetty 17 February 2017 | Categories: news
One of Ubisoft's bigger titles for 2017, Ghost Recon Wildlands is set for a 31 March cross-platform release. To tide gamers over until then, an open beta is arriving on 23 February and lasts until the 27th.
The pre-load for the beta will be available on 20 February, with official access granted a few days later (23rd). The open beta will comprise of two provinces within the game (which has a total of 21), where Wildlands' antagonist of the Cartel has a looser grip.
According to Ubisoft, this will afford gamers the perfect opportunity to refine their sniper skills and get a feel for the game. There will be a co-op mode where you can pair up with up to three other gamers, or a single player mode for all those one man wolf packs out there.
There will also be added incentive to try out the beta, as those that do will also get access to an exclusive in-game mission titled Unidad Conspiracy when Wildlands arrives on 31 March.
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