The closed beta for Ghost Recon Wildlands will begin Friday, Feb. 3 and end Monday, Feb. 6 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, Ubisoft announced today. Preloading begins Feb. 1 and the beta’s download size is around 25 GB.
The beta offers solo play and up to 4-player co-op in the province of Itacua, “one of the 21 regions” in the game’s open world setting of Bolivia. Ubisoft describes it as the first few hours of the game, and contains complete main story missions, side activities, character customization, and weapon customization.
Anyone interested in the closed beta can sign up at the official website, and the invite comes with three extra beta keys to share with friends. Those already signed up should be informed by email next week if they have been selected. Minimum and recommended specs for the PC version can be found here, though can be subject to change prior to the game’s official launch.
Ghost Recon Wildlands launches March 7 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
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