Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands Beta Test Launches For Xbox One, Playstation 4, PC; Definitely Not Another TCGR: Advanced Warfighter!

PlayStation 4 version of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is expected to go live with a beta test first. Other platforms slated to get the upcoming beta are also the Xbox One and the PC. The beta is expected to be revealed on the PlayStation 4 platform at least two months before the initial release date.

The full PlayStation 4 version has already been confirmed for a Mar. 7, 2017 official launch. Ubisoft previously noted in the E3 event last year that the new open world tactical shooter game may be the biggest one ever made. Beta testers are expected to come out with reviews on the Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands to help the developers further polish the game.

The PlayStation 4 version is also expected to boast a huge open world filled with deserts and mountains, among others. Furthermore, the PlayStation 4 Recon Wildlands is also expected to be wholly non-linear. Moreover, a hundred story missions have also been added to the PlayStation 4 game.

On this note, Producer Nouredine Abboud also noted that a massive open world that is reactive to players' decisions and choices has been the aim of the game. Hence, the game may sport single and co-op modes. A new trailer called Mission Briefing has also been released online for the PlayStation 4 and other versions.

In other news, the PlayStation 4 Pro reportedly does not need a 4K TV to show the 4K renders. Moreover, the quality of 4K support on the PlayStation 4 Pro reportedly varies with each title. However, at its best, the console reportedly brings out the best of hit titles like Titanfall 2, FIFA 17, Infinite Warfare and Battlefield 1.

PlayStation 4 Pro is also expected to go head to head with the Project Scorpio in 2017. In the meantime, the console has been noted to take 4K gaming into the mainstream. In addition, full HDR renderings have also been boxed into the console. Watch more about the beta here:


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