‘Ghost Recon: Wildlands’ Release Date, News & Update: Massive Map, 11 Ecosystems, 21 Regions, 26 Bosses On 2017 For PS4, Xbox One, PC

By Henry Abragan , Updated Dec 14, 2016 06:32 AM EST

"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" was revealed during the E3 2015, and was confirmed to come with the biggest open world feature ever developed by Ubisoft. The latest title in the Tom Clancy Ghost Recon lineup is also reported to have an environment that affects the strategies of the players and be influenced as well. Now, as part of Ubisoft's promise, a massive map set in the Bolivia has been confirmed to be featured in the upcoming action-adventure game.

The in-depth feature of Ghost Recon: Wildlands revealed that the massive map features an environment described as a  dangerous yet a beautiful place on Earth. Furthermore, the map contains 21 regions, with every region having its own civilian numbers, including roads, waterways and towns that also come with different ways of industries and life.

"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" is also expected to feature 11 different ecosystems, aside from the 21 regions, with every biome coming with distinct ecological features like wildlife, topography and climate. Moreover, 26 bosses are reported to be positioned around the map, waiting for players to challenge them.

Set in the near future, the "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" will also enable the players to infiltrate the enemy lines as part of their mission to take down a drug cartel based in the jungle. Although the game has a single-player mode, co-op  missions will be included to allow up to four players.

"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" is scheduled for release on March 7, 2017 on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the PC. The application is now open for gamers who will be interested in the open world adventure's beta testing, according to report.

Meanwhile, "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" beta can be played by logging in with a Ubisoft account. But for those who do not have one, a new account can be created by linking up an Xbox Live, PS4 or Facebook account.

Once in, the player may opt for a platform to play the beta and make sure that the account is linked to an active email address. Beta access is reported to be given through a digital download code, which means the players should check if they receive it. A message will also  notify them, confirming if they have been chosen for the future beta phases, according to Wired. Watch Ghost Recon Wildlands - How big is the map? In-game map revealed:

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