Ghost Recon Wildlands gives you the chance to explore a truly massive open world with a team of elite operatives, dismantling the operations of the Santa Blanca drug cartel however you see fit. And starting today, you’ll be able to get a sense for just how big Wildlands is when the open beta gives all PS4 players a free taste of what’s in store.
Running through February 27, the open beta will set you loose in two Bolivian provinces, Itacua and Montuyoc, where you’ll be tasked with finding and neutralizing high-ranking Santa Blanca operatives.
The gang’s all here! Well, two of them anyway. That’s right, this week’s show sees Ryan and Justin at the reins, which means there’s nobody to stop them from talking about Final Fantasy for an hour straight! Except they don’t do that, because that wouldn’t make for a great show. Come for an interview with Ubisoft about Ghost Recon Wildlands, stay for Justin recounting his recent adventures in Japan.
A VIP finally tipped us off about the drop location.
He had been stationed at a small farm off a dirt road, a mountain looming on the horizon. Our task: approach silently, eliminate the relatively small security force assigned to the VIP, and escort him back to base for questioning.
Freedom of choice is a major theme within Ghost Recon Wildlands’ vast and reactive open world. It not only permeates your mission to take down the Santa Blanca drug cartel, but also affects how you look doing it. From the gender of your Ghost to the clothing they wear, you can customize more than 12 different elements of your character’s appearance, including their hat, headset, glasses, hairstyle, fabric colors and patterns, and more.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is the first military shooter set in a massive and responsive open world. In our new “We are Ghosts” trailer, we get a peek into Ubisoft’s largest action-adventure open world. From the infamous Death Road to the iconic salt flat, you will journey through the gritty, expansive, and vibrant backdrop of Bolivia as you fight to take down the Santa Blanca cartel.
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