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Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta begins next week

The open beta will see players romping around two of the game's 21 provinces - the mountainous Itacua where the cartel has yet to fully penetrate, and the snowy Montuyoc set in Altiplano.

The Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta is nearly here, and will be coming out over a week before the game releases in early March.

The closest thing to a free demo of Wildlands will be available for everyone to play next weekend, with the open beta set to run from Thursday, February 23 until Sunday, February 27. You just need to have played the betas using the same account and get a copy of the game before March 31st. Players can of course confront Montuyoc right away... at their own risk.

Starting on Wednesday 22nd February and ending on Sunday 27th, the open beta for Wildlands will give PS4, Xbox One, and PC players an exclusive mission, Unidad Conspiracy. As with the closed beta, players can hook up with three friends and play the missions cooperatively. Thankfully, Ubisoft has now officially announced the dates for Ghost Recon: Wildlands' forthcoming open beta by way of a new trailer. Players are tasked with eliminating the cartel by any means necessary. Your environment can also be used to your advantage in Ghost Recon Wildlands. "The massive and responsive open world encourages a variety of playstyles, allowing players the freedom to choose how they execute any and all missions", the company noted.

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