Capture of ‘Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ is now available. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands’ open beta can already be pre-loaded on all platforms, but just as in the closed beta, before we can play we’ll have to download a little more of the game once it’s available.
Ubisoft continues to work on Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, its new big bet for Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC in the field of multiplayer court games, and it does finalizing the details of the open beta that will take place this week and presenting its world.
To do this, the French company has presented the initiative “A world without Heroes” that aims to show the community of players how it will be the complete map of the Wildlands, the territory we will visit during the game ending the drug business.
The title takes place in a virtual version of the lands of Bolivia with half a hundred cameras that show the different operations of the cartels operating in the region and which you will have to face playing in cooperative with your squad of agents.
Preloading titles gives all players the ability to start any game bought digitally at the exact moment of their launch, regardless of the speed of the internet connection they have.
This is really useful for players with a slower connection, since it gives them the possibility to leave the game unloading a day or two before, causing them not to waste a great amount of time downloading the game once it has been released.
Not all games and all betas include the option of preloading, so we are always welcome when companies decide to include them, as it allows us to waste less time on their launch.
The Ghost Recon: Wildlands beta will be available from Feb 23-27 on all platforms and will include a new province that we could not access in the closed beta. The full title will hit PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on March 7.