The upcoming Ubisoft game ‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands’ finally has a confirmed closed beta date. Players can start taking down the Bolivian drug cartels from the 3rd to 5th of February.
The Wildlands closed beta will be available on all three platforms the game is launching on; namely the Xbox One, PC, and Playstation 4. Players looking to participate in the closed beta can sign up for their preferred platform through the official website here. Afterward, Ubisoft will send out emails confirming the entry into the closed beta for the lucky few who make it.
More information on the beta
As the game is obviously gearing towards a tactical co-op style of play than a solo experience, players that do get access will also be able to invite three other players into the closed beta; although, solo players need not worry, as directable AI bots will fill up any free spots available in the squad.
While players won’t have access to the full 21 regions available in the final game with this beta; they will get the province of Itacua, a mountainous and forest laden area, to explore and do missions in. The missions players are taking part in will have them disrupting the Bolivian Santa Blanca drug cartel using various methods.
In most missions, the players get to choose if they want to complete them in stealth or in a much more loud manner, with them ranging from assassinating or kidnapping important targets to sabotaging entire facilities, with the final goal of freeing up the country from the oppressive drug cartel.
The beta will be up for pre-load on the 1st of February for players with access to it. Better free up some space on your systems, however, as the download will take around 25GB of space.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is releasing on March 7th for the Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4 platforms.