Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Closed Beta Begins February 3rd; Gets Three New Trailers

on January 25, 2017 1:42 PM

Today, Ubisoft announced that Ghost Recon Wildlands’ closed beta will run from February 3rd t0 the 6th, and be available on all platforms (PS4, Xbox One, and PC). Pre-loads for the beta will begin February 1st.

Sign-ups are still available via the game’s, official website, though you might not get chosen. But if you do get selected, you can invite up to three friends join your team and play alongside you, as long as they are on the same platform.

The closed beta will introduce players to near-future Bolivia — the game’s setting — and allow them to explore Itacua, a flourishing and mountainous province. As Ghosts, players will have to work together to take down key members of the Santa Blanca drug cartel and dismantle the criminal organization. Similar to the full game, all the content in the closed beta — as mentioned above — will be playable with up to three friends via four player co-op or in single player. Players will have a variety of vehicles, tactical equipment, and weapons to utilize.

Ghost Recon Wildlands is slated to release for Ps4, Xbox One, and PC on March 7, 2017 for $59.99 USD. If you preorder the game, you will receive a bonus mission called “The Peruvian Connection,” where you will have the chance to travel to the high mountains of Bolivia to break the deadly alliance between the Santa Blanca and the Peruvian cartels. You can see the preorder exclusive mission highlighted in one of the three new trailers:

Another trailer showcases the myriad ways players will be able to customize their tactical approach to missions:

And the last one is a showpiece of the game’s vast open-world. Right below the third trailer, you can also view a batch of new screenshots:

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