Tom Clancy’s ‘Ghost Recon: Wildlands' Release Date, News & Updates: Beta Confirmed, Here’s How To Register
Fans who have been waiting long can now register for Tom Clancy's "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" beta. Ubisoft finally announced that there will be a beta testing for the open-world shooter game where players can play the game before it will be released.
Players can go to Ubisoft's website in order to register and be part for the beta testing of the game. There is still no news as to how the company will select participants for the "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" beta.
As described by Ubisoft, "This Beta will give you a chance to experience what it's like to play as a member of the US Elite Special Operations team as it infiltrates the Bolivian wilderness to disrupt the Santa Blanca's drug operations and, ultimately, take down the cartel." The game "Ghost Recon: Wildlands," as the description says, is set in Bolivia, and according to the trailer, it is set in a few years from now. Just like any shooting game, it will need strategy, and skills. Players go behind the enemy lines in order to take down a drug cartel, and the corrupt Bolivian government that is letting them operate.
"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" can be played solo or you can also team up with three others in a four player operation. One major feature that the game also has is its open-endedness, which means that the player will have the freedom to choose whether to accomplish their missions and watch how the world is affected by their actions.
For more information about the "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" game, you can check Ubisoft's website and tune in to Game & Guide. The game has a schedule release date on March 7, 2017. The start date for the Beta testing is not yet announced, but registrations are officially starting.