Ubisoft made getting into the last Ghost Recon Wildlands beta quite an ordeal. Fear not if you didn’t make the cut though - the Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta will be kicking on February 23rd, and it’s got twice as much content as the previous test.
The Wildlands Open Beta will be available on all platforms (PC, PS4, Xbox One) from Thursday, February 23rd, through to Monday, February 27th. The last test was quite a hefty 25GB or so download but you can begin pre-loading for the beta best from the this coming Monday, February 20th.
Last week’s closed beta gave players access to just one of Ghost Recon Wildlands’ 21 provinces. Itacua was a mountainous province which was relatively light on Cartel presence. It’s going to be joined by Montuyoc, a snowy district, for this new test, a second province which is much more challenging and should hopefully force some more tactical play.
As a little bonus to encourage players to give it a go, if you participate in either this open beta or the previous closed beta, you will get access to an exclusive “Unidad Conspiracy” reward in the final game. This features a total of three bonus missions in which the Unidad military is facing rising tension from the Santa Blanca cartel.
Ubisoft also confirmed that the Ghost Recon Wildlands PC system requirements have been finalised. These remain exactly as they were for the closed beta but if you want to catch up then check out the Can I Run It tools on the Ghost Recon Wildlands game page to see performance estimates for your PC.
Ghost Recon Wildlands is out on March 7th for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.