If you are interested in trekking out the new Tom Clancy Ghost Recon Wildlands game which will offer a massive open world to explore with an elite team of operatives.
You will be pleased to know that the highly anticipated open beta development stage is now underway and allows you to tasty action before the game’s official release. Check out the video below to learn more about what you can expect.
The Ghost Recon Wildlands open beta will be free to all PS4 players (although you will require a PS Plus membership to enjoy the co-op modes) and will run from February 23rd 2017 through February 27th 2017. Ghost Recon Wildlands launches on March 7th 2017.
What’s New in the Open Beta? Mikel Reparaz from UbiBlog explains more :
Montuyoc is a mountainous province that includes the popular Bolivian salt flats. Santa Blanca keeps a huge arsenal and trains its best sicarios in this province, so you can expect a stiffer challenge than you faced in Itacua. There’s a new Santa Blanca warlord to chase, and to find him, you’ll need to raid Santa Blanca encampments and strongholds to destroy their weapons, kill their elite instructors, and interrogate cartel officers across five new story missions (in addition to the six already available in Itacua). And if you want to learn more about your target and the Santa Blanca, you’ll be able to find 12 new Kingslayer Files filled with fascinating dirt on your enemies.
As before, you’ll be able to tackle these any way you see fit, customizing your Ghost and their loadout to suit your tactics. If stealth is your thing, you can wait until nightfall and sneak to your objectives, using night vision and silenced weapons to avoid full-blown firefights. You can coordinate with other players to line up synchronized sniper shots, skydive straight to your objectives from a helicopter, or smash through enemy fortifications with powerful military vehicles. Or you can go in solo with a computer-controlled squad, issuing orders and picking off cartel guards at your own pace.
The open beta also adds a fistful of new side missions, including new rebel operations and supply raids, and you can further break from the beaten path to track down new intel drops and earn new weapons, accessories, and skill points for beefing up your Ghost. If you’re truly adventurous, you’ll also be able to tackle the open beta at the hardest difficulty, testing your squad’s mettle against Santa Blanca’s best or seeing how long you can survive solo.
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