Ubisoft officially announced that the upcoming open beta for Ghost Recon Wildlands will include a new province. The starting date of the Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta is still unknown, but we can expect it one week before the official launch. Players that participated in the closed beta testing only had one province to play around. We will keep you posted as soon as we get any new information about the open beta starting time.
This is a very ambitious move by Ubisoft, since the game’s world is very big, and includes provinces with different environments. Proper beta testing is always a good idea for any game, since providing feedback and eliminating bugs should lead to a smooth and successful launch.
The closed beta provided us with a single province, which had a solid amount of content for us to test out. There were several main missions, followed by a lot of side activities, such as side missions and exploration. All of this is possible both in multiplayer and single-player. You can play multiplayer with friends and random strangers. If you prefer a single-player experience, your companions will be replaced with AI bots.
Ghost Recon Wildlands emphasizes good tactical approaches to every mission, including scouting and stealth approach. Ultimately, however, if something goes wrong, you can always go in guns blazing. Another good feature that Ghost Recon provides is solid character and weapon customization. You can change almost every part of your weapon to create a specialized one that suits your needs and your next mission. Weapon attachments and upgrades are easily unlocked by exploring the map and completing missions. Deep character customization is also available, with many different clothing options, allowing you to create perfect outfit for your solider. Official release of the game will be on March 7, 2017.