Today, Ubisoft announced that the Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta will be available to all players from February 23 to 27, 2017 on current-gen consoles and PC. Players eager to get into the Ghost’s boots to tame the Wildlands will be able to pre-load the Open Beta starting this Monday, February 20.
Each player entering this Open Beta will get access to an exclusive mission – the “Unidad Conspiracy” mission, in which players will spark a war between the Unidad, a local corrupt militia, and the Santa Blanca cartel – by playing the full game before March 31, using the same Ubisoft account.
The Open Beta will introduce players to two provinces among the 21 of the game: Itacua, a flourishing and mountainous province and the landing province of the game, where the grip of the cartel is looser, ideal to perfect your sniping skill and get introduced to the Wildlands. Montuyoc, set in the snowy Altiplano and the second province available in this Open Beta, is much more challenging – players who have suppressed the Itacua bosses will gain XP and skills boosts allowing them to face this dangerous area, hosting Santa Blanca elite training centers, with more serenity. But players can of course confront Montuyoc right away. At their own risk.
As in the full game, all the content in the Open Beta will be playable with up to three friends on the same platform via four player co-op, or in single player. Players are free to utilize any variety of vehicles, tactical equipment and weapons to get the job done.
Set in the largest action-adventure open world ever created by Ubisoft, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands takes place in Bolivia, a few years from now, as the country has been turned by the vicious Santa Blanca drug cartel into a narco-state. Players are tasked with eliminating the cartel by any means necessary. The massive and responsive open world encourages a variety of playstyles allowing players the freedom to choose how they execute any and all missions.
The Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands PC Specs and System Requirements have also been announced today, please visit Ubiblog to get the full details.