Ubisoft has announced that the closed beta for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands will run from February 3 to 6. The closed beta is available on the platforms of the game which are PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The preload of the game data begins February 1.
Ghost Recon Wildlands Beta
As stated in a blog by Ubisoft, the closed beta will be able to support a single player mode up to multi-players of four. The blog even described the beta as having new visitors to the open world tactical shooter game: “The cartel-controlled open world of Bolivia will be receiving visitors early next month during the Closed Beta for Ghost Recon Wildlands.” The single player aspect will be supported by a team of Artificial Intelligence controlled members. Ubisoft told Polygon that those members can be exchanged with real human players at any time during the game. They also said that quests and game difficulties will change based on the level of skill and progress of the players which make up any given squad.
What To Expect
Fans and players should expect this type of drop-in and drop-out gameplay in Ghost Recon Wildlands. Ubisoft said that this was designed into the very core of the game. The beta will also present a wide option of vehicles, weapons, and equipment available to the Ghosts.
But be forewarned that closed betas are just introductory to the real game. They are not intended to be stable because they are test beds for Ubisoft to balance the load happening in their in-house servers and networking assets. So, it is definite that the game would not bring a totally smooth overall experience.
Those interested in signing up for the beta may do so in the official Ghost Recon website here. Sign up now because it is for free. The limited offer will also cause more players to take on the game because of the restricted time availability. Each player may also get to invite up to three of their friends to sign up. The game signifies that the more people play, the merrier.