Here's When The Ghost Recon: Wildlands Open Beta Begins And What's In It

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The Ghost Recon: Wildlands open beta now has a schedule. It will run from February 23 through February 27 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, Ubisoft announced today. Preloading begins on February 21.

The open beta includes everything from the closed beta, as well as more content in the form of a province called Montuyoc. "Set in the Bolivian Altiplano region, this province contains heavily defended strongholds where the Santa Blanca trains some of its toughest soldiers," Ubisoft explained. Santa Blanca is the drug cartel that players are trying to take down in the game.

People who took part in the closed beta or try the open beta will receive access to the "Unidad Conspiracy," which contains three "exclusive" missions that will be available when the game comes out. Details are light at the moment, but Ubisoft said these missions will involve a "brewing conflict between the local Unidad military and the Santa Blanca." Note that you need to buy the retail version of Wildlands and play it before March 31 on the same Ubisoft account as the beta to get the missions.

The Wildlands open beta was first discussed during an Ubisoft earnings call in November 2016. Earlier this month, Ubisoft confirmed the beta as part of another earnings call.

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Wildlands contains the largest open world that Ubisoft has ever made--you can see the game's massive map here. For more, check out GameSpot's interview with the developers.

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