'Ghost Recon Wildlands' Closed Beta Kick Off; Available Dates Revealed
Closed beta dates for "Ghost Recon Wildlands" have officially been announced. Fans can finally wait for a specific time to test the upcoming game.
Those who can't wait to save Bolivia from the tyrannical grip of the drug cartels can now have the opportunity to get their hands lay off. It was not later when Ubisoft announced that the closed beta for Tom Clancy's "Ghost Recon Wildlands" will finally run.
The game will have a series of tactical shooting. It will have a set of challenges that lets player to take down drug cartels with a help from his team mates. Wildlands is said to take place in Bolivia which characterized by its rocky terrain.
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The closed beta will be available when a player will register. If selected, a player will have an opportunity to explore the massive open world. Upon registering the player can invite up to three friends to join his team on the same platform,
Also, PC GamesN reports that the game might be limited to Itacua. This is one of the many provinces that is set to be available in the final game. The player will work together with his team to be able to bring down Santa Blanca drug cartel.
The game will be available for a single player or a co-op which is up to three friends. Starting from February 3 to 6, the closed beta will be available. The pre-loading will start on the first of February, Polygon added.
"Ghost Recon Wildlands" closed beta will take place on three platforms namely: Windows PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One simultaneously. The final game will soon be available on March 7.
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