After the success of The Division and Rainbow Six Siege, Tom Clancy excites his fans again after Ubisoft released a closed beta of his creation entitled "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon." Now that the closed beta has ended, what awaits the game's fans? No need to worry, Ubisoft seems to be having an announcement before the game's actual release this March 7, 2017.
"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" happen to had a very popular and successful trial. Many players wanting to try the game out, ask for a beta key. What Ubisoft did to entice its fans and spread the good news was each signed up participants was given three beta keys to share. Since the official trial was over, "Ghost Recon" fans are expecting a bigger "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" Open Beta announcement from Ubisoft. Just like Tom Clancy's "The Division," "Ghost Recon" was expected to have a closed and open beta trial for its fans. Although no possible plans for the open beta were announced yet, it seems to be that Ubisoft will have a big announcement before the Ghost Recon Wildlands will be released.
The closed beta of the game has a solo and team-up option. With up to three friends in the team-up, players can use a wide range of weapons, vehicles, and equipment. Tom Clancy's "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" was set in Bolivia, in which the country turned by the Santa Blanca drug cartel in a really big drug factory (narcostate). The Ghosts will arrive in Bolivia without any support from the government, they will act as undercover without the world knowing their existence. The Ghosts are skilled in combat, survival, and are trained in operating in a very hostile environment. The team needs to survive, gear up, gather resources and intel in order to become the most powerful army of four.