Ghost Recon Wildlands Reaches A New Milestone

Right after Ghost Recon: Wildlands' open beta, Ubisoft has given some exciting data that involves adding together the statistics about the game's recent beta phases. They also said that the title has now able to break the company's record for having the most number of beta participants in an event that they have hosted. Reality is, there were more than 6.8 million who participated in the betas for Ghost Recons: Wildlands.

The last game from Ubisoft that was able to record the most number of participating users while still in its beta phase was For Honor. It was able to host more than six million players. However, the figure shows that Ghost Recon: Wildlands has easily surpassed For Honor since there was about one million more fans that took part in its trial period.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands did not only took the place away from For Honor but this tactical shooter was also able to have fans engaged for quite a while. It has gained an average play time of seven hours in its beta, thus generating more than 34 million hours of total gameplay. Additionally, it seem like fans are interested to explore through the game's open world map. There are about roughly 77 million who are taking part in the betas.

The possible most intriguing fact is about Ghost Recon: Wildlands' betas led 100,000 users to download the game's Companion App. This allowed fans to send around 10 million resources right from the application to the game, according to Game Rant.

Even though Ubisoft is sure to consider Ghost Recon: Wildlands' beta periods a successful one, there are still some fans who will insist that the quality of the trial were not what they're meant to be. For example, many players were threatened with connection issues when they tried to participate in the open beta. Thus, causing disappointments for those who were not able to get in.

 

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