Ghost Recon Wildlands Has Already Broken A Record

Ubisoft revealed today some fascinating details about the beta of their open-world title, Ghost Recon Wildlands. The beta, which was finished on February 27th, pulled in 6.8 million players. Thus, it ended up breaking any past beta Ubisoft have held some time recently. It was additionally expressed that more than 2 billion minutes were played and that 60 percent of players attempted the game’s community mode.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands
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Ghost Recon Wildlands Has Already Broken A Record

The beta highlighted 2 of the 21 regions in the game. One is set in an uneven zone while the other had the cold environment. As a reward, Ubisoft will allow all members a free access to 3 extra missions. These will be released soon after the game is released.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands takes place in Bolivia. Furthermore, the nation has been transformed by a horrendous medication cartel into an in-game narco-state. Players are entrusted with dispensing with the cartel by any methods vital. The monstrous and responsive open-world supports an assortment of playstyles. It will be permitting players the opportunity to pick how they execute any missions. They could do either do the missions solo or can get help from three other players in the 4 player co-op mode.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is set to release on March 7, 2017, for the PC, Xbox One, and PS4.

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