Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta Pre-Load Started, Runs February 23-27
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta pre-load has started and it will run from February 23-27. The beta pre-load already started for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The files size for Wildlands open beta is 24.39GB. Fire up you Uplay on PC, or log in to PlayStation / Xbox Store and start the Wildlands open beta pre-load of the game.
However, the PS4 users of North America region will not be able to start Wildlands open beta pre-load of the game as of yet. Only, European stores currently can pre-load the beta at this moment. We will update you about its availability. Downloads in North America are expected to begin 2 am EST on February 21.
Previously, the Closed beta of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands included a single province of the map. But this time, in open beta, you get to play in two provinces of the game that includes mountains of Itacua and snowy backdrop of Montuyoc.
In a parallel news, meanwhile you download and wait till open beta starts, Ubisoft is starting the hype train with the latest Ghost Recon Wildlands minigame. Titled A World With No Heroes, the Ghost Recon Wildlands minigame lets players use numerous security cameras placed around Bolivia to survey locations across the map and learn more about the game world.
Those who play the game will receive unique rewards to be used in the final release of Ghost Recon Wildlands after they gain 50% completion in the interactive map. The rewards include four emblems and a 2-hour XP boost which gives players a 50% XP boost while their teammates get 25%. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is set to release on March 7, 2017, on PS4, Xbox One and PC.