Since Ubisoft’s upcoming shooter, team based multiplayer Ghost Recon Wildlands is due next month, the studio has decided to focus on the game’s beta which is due this weekend.
During December last year, Ubisoft opened the sign-ups for the closed beta of the Ghost Recon Wildlands and luckily, if you did, you are able to pre-load the beta which will kick off on Friday February 3rd and will be ending on Monday February 6th. If you didn’t sign-up, you can still get your hands on the beta as one player is allowed to invite up to three more players in the beta.
According to the Ubisoft, players will be able to fully explore the in-game area and involve in the side activities apart the storyline. There will be full character customization and weapon accessibility.
“During this Closed Beta, you will be able to discover the very first hours of Ghost Recon Wildlands in the province of Itacua, one of the 21 regions of our massive open world,”
The beta will require about 25 GB of your disk space, while the closed beta will not available in China, North Korea and Japan. Check out the Ubisoft’s mission guide below;
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is a military shooter set in a massive open world, fully playable on single-player missions or cooperative mode with up to four players. Users will be able to explore a Bolivia transformed into a narco-state controlled by the bloody Cartel de Santa Blanca.
The Ghost Recon Wildlands will be released on March 7th for PC, PS4 and Xbox One while the closed beta will be available for PC and the consoles this weekend. One report also suggested that there will be an open beta for the game before its worldwide release in March.