'Ghost Recon Wildlands' update: Beta registration begins; start of beta test still unconfirmed


The registration for the beta testing of Ubisoft’s upcoming open world tactical shooter game “Ghost Recon: Wildlands” is officially ongoing. With this, fans can sign up now and experience the game before it gets released.

According to Game Rant, Ubisoft’s Yves Guillemot declared that the upcoming “Ghost Recon: Wildlands” game will have its open beta sometime next quarter. However, there is still no word as to the official date of the testing period. Thankfully, Ubisoft has revealed that the registration has just started for the beta period.

As such, in order to play the open beta, fans will have to visit the official website of Ubisoft to sign up and get the full details of the features currently available in the trial period. Right now, there is still no information about the selection process, so there is no guarantee that everyone who registered will be able to play.

Nevertheless, more details about the selection process will be available soon, as stated by Ubisoft. Also, alongside the announcement, a new trailer was also released for the “Ghost Recon: Wildlands,” which gives players an idea as to what to expect, giving a short overview of a mission called “Operation: Kingslayer,” which is expected to be the heart of the game.

Those who play the game will have total “autonomy” in the fully-open world of the game, so players can try infiltrating the Santa Blanca Cartel and even destroying them if needed be. With this, according to Game N Guide, “Ghost Recon: Wildlands” can be played solo or with groups of four.

“Ghost Recon: Wildlands” is set in Bolivia, and just like any other FPS game, it will need strategy and skills. Regardless, the game is scheduled to be released on March 7, 2017. However, the beta period start is still unconfirmed.