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Ghost Recon: Wildlands Beta Registration Is Now Open

It is now possible to sign up to take part in the upcoming Ghost Recon: Wildlands beta, Ubisoft has announced.

The beta will allow players to experience Ghost Recon: Wildlands before it launches next year, although Ubisoft are yet to reveal what exactly will be available to gamers who are selected for the beta. It’s likely though that the beta will be able to be played both solo and online with other players.

If you’re interested in signing up to the Wildlands beta, you can head over to the Ghost Recon website right now and sign in with your Uplay account. Once you’ve signed in, you will then be able to select the platform of your choice. This isn’t an open beta, however, so not everyone who signs up will be granted access, and it’s not clear yet how Ubisoft will decide who gets in and who doesn’t. To see if you’ve been accepted, Ubisoft say to keep an eye on your emails.

As of yet, there is no word on when the beta will begin, but it is expected to take place during the first quarter of next year, so presumably around January considering the game is set for a March release. Ubisoft will be announcing more details shortly regarding the beta.

In addition to opening the Wildlands beta registration, Ubisoft also dropped a new trailer for the game which showcases the Operation: Kingslayer mission. It’s definitely worth a watch.

You can sign up to the beta here.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands releases on PS4, Xbox One and PC on March 7th, 2017.

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