'Ghost Recon: Wildlands' News and Updates: Becomes Available via an Open Beta in the Next Quarter
It looks like gamers will have a chance to try "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" out via an open beta coming in the "next quarter" according to CEO Yves Guillemot during an earnings call.
GameSpot followed up with Ubisoft to acquire more details about the timetable for the Ghost Recon: Wildlands beta since CEO Yves Guillemot's announcement was vague when he said "next quarter". Ubisoft announced its earnings for the first half of its fiscal 2016 - 2017 which ended Sept. 30 with the present quarter being the October - December period.
The game is arranged to arrive on March 7, 2017 and the availability through an open beta might be at the start of 2017 when the Ubisoft's CEO said "next quarter". He stated that they will be closing some betas upon the Wildland's addition. He also added that the reason of the pre-release testing window is for the gamers to experience what the game is all about.
Guillemot also said that responses have been "excellent" so far. "It can be a revolutionary game, and to compare with 'The Division' last year, it's in the same trend actually," he said.
"We expect in the next quarter to do some open betas and closed betas that will help a lot on the players to actually know what the game is and what it can become. We are very confident it will excite gamers a lot," he added. "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Additionally, Ubisoft recently announced that Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is its next monthly free PC game promotion in celebration of its 30th anniversary. The game obtained 8.5/10 score in GameSpot's review.
A French multinational video game developer and publisher, headquartered in Rennes, France, Ubisoft Entertainment SA was founded by five brothers of the Guillemot family in March 1986.
It is best known for developing games for several acclaimed video game franchises including Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, Just Dance, Rainbow Six, Prince of Persia, Rayman, Watch Dogs and Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell.