Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta Confirmed, But No Date Revealed Yet
Ubisoft has announced that there will in fact be a Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta, however they don’t have any ideas on a date or a time yet. The game’s closed beta just ended a short time ago, and the game will be releasing on March 7 of this year, still a few weeks away.
Ubisoft had previously announced that there would be an open beta for Ghost Recon Wildlands back in November, though considering the timing on the currently-running For Honor open beta, we may not be seeing it until around a week before the game releases, considering that For Honor will be releasing on Valentine’s Day.
That’s rather risky timing for some of the most anticipated games of the year, especially since an open beta is normally one of the times that studios make use of to fix problems in the game before the game’s launch date. If Ubisoft can’t get all the proper fixes done in time, there may be a problem, though so far For Honor seems to be doing fairly well.
At the same time, the Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta will have its own share of problems before the game comes out, especially since a number of issues have been popping up during the closed beta. While Ubisoft will have a few weeks to fix the problems in the closed beta, with more people coming to the game in the open beta there may be an issue with how well the game’s servers work under that sort of stress.
Ghost Recon Wildlands will be releasing on March 7 on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC. If you want to take part in the Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta, stay tuned to any of Ubisoft’s social networks to see when the open beta date will actually be.