Ubisoft’s newest open-world beast is Ghost Recon Wildlands and the game will launch in a few weeks. The company needs to test the game’s technical environment as well as see how players take to the world. This weekend is the time when gamers can step into the Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta and it is live now.
In the open beta, Ubisoft is giving players access to a brand-new part of the world. This area was not available in the closed beta that happened a few days back, and it is called Montuyoc. Ubisoft’s latest test will run through Feb. 27 and is available across PS4, Xbox One and PC.
“You have incredible freedom within the open beta to do whatever you want across the two provinces and cause some chaos with your three squad mates. Race dirt bikes down a top of a mountain, play a game of parachute chicken but jumping out of a helicopter at the same time, attach C4 to a tractor and drive it into a compound before blowing it up. We are truly excited to see what Ghost Recon Wildlands players get up to!” Ubisoft wrote.
Gamers who are looking to download the beta for PS4 can do so through this link. Xbox One players who want to sample the upcoming open-world can download the test here. Lastly, for Steam gamers who want to jump into the beta on PC, you can download the beta through here.
March 7 is when Ghost Recon Wildlands officially launches worldwide. The game will be available on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Folks who haven’t seen our review of For Honor can head over here to learn about the amazing new franchise. Stick around here at We Write Things for more on Ghost Recon Wildlands.