Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands Open Beta Starts On The 23rd

Earlier this month, the private beta closed for Tom Clancy's The Ghost Recon: Wildlands successfully. The open beta is now just a few days away and everyone can download the client now to be ready for it when it goes live. Anyone can and will be able to play it for free and here's how.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Open Beta Is Near

The beta returns for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands, this time, however, it's open and anyone who wishes to play the game can download it now. They will be able to play it for free on February 23, Thursday, when the game goes live and will remain online until February 27. To be exact, the game will be going live on 3 a.m. PST, 6 a.m. EST, 11 a.m. GMT, and 12 a.m. CET.

The client is about 24GB on every platform available. Registration or signing up to play Ghost Recon: Wildlands is not needed, anyone who wishes to play the open beta can jump right in. This is a great opportunity to experience the game before it is released on March 7.

The open beta will contain a new region called Montuyoc along with the only region available in the closed beta, Itacua. The full game, however, will have twenty-one regions in total. Those who played the closed beta will need a 19GB update to play the open beta.

Play Open Beta, It's Important!

People who play the open beta and then buy the full game before the end of March will unlock a free extra special mission in the full game. The special mission is called Unidad Conspiracy and the task calls for sparking conflict or war between militia groups Unidad and the Santa Blanca Cartel. If people are still not convinced and they need a little more push of whether or not to download and play Ghost Recon: Wildlands open beta, they can watch the video below and see how amazing the game is themselves.

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