More Than 6.8 Million Players Tooks To The Beta Phase of Ghost Recon Wildlands

Ubisoft is certainly riding high as they have announced that more than 6.8 million unique players participated across Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Beta phases, including the Open Beta that ended February 27th, breaking Ubisoft’s record for their biggest Beta phase ever. More than 2 billion minutes were played, and more than 60 percent of players gathered their squad to play the Open Beta in Co-Op, ahead of the game’s launch on March 7th, 2017, on current-gen consoles and PC. Impressively, more than 60% of those who played the Beta phases played in co-op.

As a thank you to fans, all players who participated in the technical test, Closed Beta or Open Beta (and will play the game by March 31st using the same Ubisoft account) will receive access to the Unidad Conspiracy reward. This reward includes three exclusive missions set in the Media Luna region, one of the Unidad strongholds, and will be available for download post-launch.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands takes place in Bolivia a few years from now, as the country has been turned by the vicious Santa Blanca drug cartel into an in-game narco-state. Players are tasked with eliminating the cartel by any means necessary. The massive and responsive open world encourages a variety of playstyles, allowing players the freedom to choose how they execute any missions, in either four-player co-op, or solo, from beginning to end.

For more on Ghost Recon Wildlands and its post-launch details here you go.

You May Also Like

Translate »