Ubisoft has announced the date for the closed beta of ‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands’, which will take place from 3 to 6 February on all platforms (PC, PS4 and Xbox One). To have options to participate in it, we will have to register through this link.
Those who are lucky enough to be selected to participate in the closed beta, next week will receive an email at the address they used to create an Ubisoft account. We will only have to follow the instructions of that email to confirm our participation and our platform. We will be able to start downloading the closed beta file from ‘Ghost Recon Wildlands’ from February 1 at 08:00 CET (peninsular time), which will occupy approximately 25 GB, so it will be ideal to have it downloaded before to start the beta.
During the period of this closed beta, players will have the opportunity to discover the first few hours of play in the province of Itacua, one of the 21 regions of its gigantic open world. This area can be fully explored, completing both the main story missions as well as participating in other secondary activities. We will also be able to test the mechanics of the game, in addition to the personalization of characters and the gunsmith.
Next to the announcement of the closed beta of Ghost Recon Wildlands, the company has distributed a new trailer of the game, focused on its huge open world and how they will combat the threat that has just appeared. A threat that is turning Bolivia into a narco-state: the Santa Blanca cartel. You can see the trailer at the end of this news.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands will be officially released on March 7 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, giving players the ability to play all of the title content cooperatively for up to four players.