The dates for the Ghost Recon Wildlands closed beta have been announced. If you can’t wait to save Bolivia from the tyrannical grip of the drug cartels, you can get the lay of the land from February 3 to 6, with pre-loading starting on February 1.
Don’t mess with the cartels unprepared – here’s everything we know about Ghost Recon Wildlands.
If you haven’t already, you can click here to register for a chance to get into the closed beta. If you get the nod, you can invite up to three friends to join your team on the same platform.
It sounds like the closed beta will be limited to Itacua, one of the many provinces set to appear in the final game. You’ll work together with your squad to bring down the Santa Blanca drug cartel, and will be able to do this in single-player or with up to three friends in co-op.
Ghost Recon Wildlands is an open-world action game in which you liberate near-future Bolivia from the grip of the drug cartels via assassination, sabotage, frame-ups and other nefarious means. Think Metal Gear Solid V but with a different setting and an emphasis on co-op play. It’s due for a full release on March 7.