If you have been a part of the beta (s), you will gain access to three exclusive missions when the main game ships on March 7th, 2017. However, Ubisoft didn't confirm exactly how large the open beta's file size is going to be, but if it's similar to the one from the closed beta, then fans should expect about 25 GB in memory to be required for the upcoming trial.
The open beta will include two of the 21 provinces, the mountainous Itacua region and the snowy Montuyoc which is apparently much more challenging.
If you want to try Ubisoft's new open world co-op game before it's released you can play it for free next week. Players can of course confront Montuyoc right away... at their own risk.
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Ubisoft has been championing the open-ended nature of Wildlands since its announcement in 2015, having stated previously that a wide range of "vehicles, weapons, and equipment" are available for operatives in order to get the job done however they see fit.
After the closed beta a few weeks ago, Ghost Recon Wildlands is getting an open beta, running from February 23 - 27, on current-gen consoles and PC.
Those who are interested in taking Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands out for a test drive can do so beginning next week. In this mission, players will "spark a war" between local militia's the Unidad and the Santa Blanca cartel. This gives players five days to enjoy the open beta.