Ubisoft recently released a new trailer for their upcoming game Ghost Recon Wildlands and it is absolutely stunning. This new trailer shows the game running in 4K and 60FPS on a PC through the power of Nvidia, and features voice over detailing the game’s graphics and how they are made possible.
Ubisoft also announced within the last week that 6.8 million players joined in for the Ghost Recon Wildlands beta when it ran from February 3rd to 6th in closed beta, and from the 23rd to 27th during its open beta phase. This beat out their previous record for a beta which was with The Division, in which 6.4 million users played the game. According to Ubisoft, 2 billion minutes were logged during the Wildlands beta with 60 percent of players opting to play the game in co-op.
Season pass details were also revealed for Wildlands over the past week with the main selling point being the addition of two large expansions: Narco Road and Fallen Ghosts. Many other smaller inclusions will come with the pass of which you can read in detail here. Each of the two major expansions to the game will be available a week early to those who purchase the $40 season pass.
Be sure to gather up some friends to tackle the Ghost Recon Wildlands’ open world when it releases this Tuesday on March 7 for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Check out the trailer below to take in the game’s incredible vistas but be warned, it might make you decide to invest in a powerful PC for yourself.