We’re coming to the end of 2016 and its wave of Winter releases. Which means, we can start talking about all of next year’s upcoming goodies. One of the more highly anticipated releases is Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands which releases in March.
Ubisoft are now also accepting sign-ups for the game’s beta, although there is no indication of when it will actually take place. Also, rather annoyingly, some are reporting problems connecting to the Ubisoft website currently – so just try again later if you have any trouble.
Ghost recon: Wildlands was revealed at last year’s E3, in what was one of many people’s favourite reveal – it was a damn good trailer. Since then, we’ve had a few sprinklings of new information and trailers but nothing too substantial. But at least its not The Division.
Set in an incredibly drug-fueled version of Bolivia, a special forces team from the U.S. has been sent in to destroy the cartel’s power and influence. Put simply, what should be open-world, co-op fun. Initial impressions have shown that Wildlands may not have as much depth or challenge as Ubisoft are expecting but, for the rest of us, we’ll have to wait and see what the beta and full game holds.
You can sign-up to the Ghost Recon: Wildlands beta over at the Ubisoft website. The full game is expected to release on March 7, 2017.