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Ghost Recon Wildlands Closed Beta Reveals New Gameplay Details

Ghost Recon: Wildlands


Ghost Recon Wildlands Closed Beta Reveals New Gameplay Details

Ghost Recon: Wildlands is creating a huge stir amongst fans and gamers. This is because Ubisoft is going to reveal content and map size details this weekend itself. The next closed beta starts off tomorrow for the game.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting this closed beta session tomorrow. Ubisoft is on a roll and just wrapped another similar season concerning For Honor, which is an upcoming game. The company is also preparing for the final expansion of The Division. The first season 2 content for Rainbow Six Siege is also being readied.

Game Rant reports that the closed beta test will run throughout the weekend. However, the latest Ubisoft update means that fans possess a thorough idea of what’s in store.

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The Itacua province will be the only one available though. This region should be pretty okay for players to navigate. Likewise, each main story mission can be unlocked in this region by players. All other side activities can also be unlocked.

Players can also play through these missions absolutely solo along with three AI bots. They can also play with a maximum of three co-players who are humans. Players also get total access to both the Gunsmith and player-character customization tools.

The Gunsmith tool is the main detail here. This tool will allow players to view and customize their set of weapons which are presently unlocked. With more than 50 customizable guns present in the game, players can easily use this tool for removing or adding attachments.

They can also use it for switching their weapons and also for customizing further with sprays. This can be done with other items as well depending on the discretion of the players. Ubisoft is also encouraging all gamers to stream and share this beta content. The company is not imposing any NDA (non-disclosure agreement) on the content.

What’s In Store for Beta Participants

Gamers mostly enjoy getting a hold of rewards for taking part in beta events. VG 24/7 also reports that free Llama shirts will be given to gamers by Ubisoft. This will help in customizing characters once the game is launched in March 2017.

Players can also commence pre-loading once they are accepted into the beta session. The tactical shooter can be prepared prior to tomorrow’s official start. Some players have also expressed regret at not getting accepted. Some are also highlighting how they are unable to use their unlock codes.

Also Read: Ghost Recon Wildlands Beta Now Available: Here’s How You Can Play

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