Try Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands For Free During Next Week's Open Beta


If you're excited for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands, but skeptical of it due to Ubisoft's history of messy launches and never received a Closed Beta key, fear not. Ubisoft announced today that it will be holding a Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta from February 23rd to February 27th on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

The Open Beta will feature two of the game's 21 provinces. They are as follows.

Itacua, a flourishing and mountainous province where the grip of the cartel is looser, ideal to perfect your sniping skills and get introduced to the Wildlands. Montuyoc, set in the snowy Altiplano, and the second province available in this Open Beta, is much more challenging – players who have suppressed the Itacua bosses will gain XP and skills boosts allowing them to face this dangerous area, home to Santa Blanca elite training centers. Players can of course confront Montuyoc right away… at their own risk.

As with the full game, the Open Beta version will allow upwards of four-player co-op and use of any "vehicles, tactical equipment, and weapons" that they can get their hands on. Additionally, those that take part in the Open Beta and play the full version on the same Ubisoft account between launch and March 31st will gain access to "an exclusive mission" called the "Unidad Conspiracy." In this mission, players will "spark a war between the Unidad, a local corrupt militia group, and the Santa Blanca cartel."

The Open Beta client will be available to pre-load on February 20th. For those that are concerned that the game won't run on their computer, Ubisoft has published the official system requirements here.