Signing up for the upcoming Ghost Recon Wildlands closed beta is now live on the game’s official site. And as a way to celebrate the big day for the publisher, Ubisoft has released a new “mission briefing” game trailer that reveals a little bit more about what all you’ll be going through during your journey through the lush but lethal jungles of near future Bolivia.
We’ve already talked plenty regarding Ubisoft’s upcoming third person action adventure Ghost Recon Wildlands previously—it was announced at E3 in mid 2015—but to sum up the entire equation, you and your fellow Ghosts (fictional military unit from Tom Clancy’s books) have been relocated to bust up the dangerous Santa Blanca cartel and the entire corrupt Bolivian government that allows it to operate openly and freely. And so long as the after mission paperwork remains clean, you and the boys can sort them out in whatever way you like out there.
Each of you in the Ghost recon unit is hand picked elite warfighter, and put together you have the strength and capability to take down an entire opposing army,
the trailer claims.
Or, as was discovered in the multiple hands-on fans had with the game just this summer, you can just Gong Show the entire operation and hope for the best. And I genuinely hope that Ubisoft hasn’t smoothed out or fixed that aspect of the action in any way at all. After all, what’s the fun in getting things right if there’s absolutely no chance in hell to get them terrifyingly wrong?
Any official start date for the closed beta hasn’t been announced as of yet, but the game is scheduled for release on March 7, 2017. So see you in Bolivia, Ghosts! Be ready to wreck hell on those try to stand against us.
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