Still not sure about whether to purchase Ghost Recons: Wildlands? An upcoming open beta will be the perfect time for you to give it a try before you buy.
There has already been a limited closed beta for Ghost Recon: Wildlands, but Ubisoft has now confirmed that an open beta will be made available to the public before the game releases.
No definitive date has been set for the open beta, but considering that the game releases on March 7, it's definitely going to be put online sometime between now and early March.
It could be possible that the open beta will be put online as close as the weekend before the game releases, as this has been a tactic used by Ubisoft in the past. While the word beta was synonymous with glitches and bugs, the open beta for Ghost Recon: Wildlands will hopefully be mostly bug-free. The servers may struggle a little bit, but this should be the perfect test for Ubisoft to ensure everything is in working order before the final release on March 7.
Once Ghost Recons: Wildlands is on shelves both digitally and in-store on March 7, players on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC will be able to purchase and play. It's also expected that the open beta will be available for all three aforementioned platforms.
What are your thoughts on Ghost Recon: Wildlands so far? If you haven't purchased it yet, make sure to get in on the action when the upcoming open beta is released.