Published: Sat, July 22, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Ghost Recon Wildlands' Ghost War PvP Mode Getting an Open Beta

Ghost Recon Wildlands' Ghost War PvP Mode Getting an Open Beta

Titled Ghost War, the Wildlands PvP game mode will be delivered to owners of the game for free later this year but Ubisoft has announced alongside a new gameplay trailer that they will be holding an open beta for the general public. It's unclear what exactly will be included in the open beta, but the primary goal of it will be to balance the game mode ahead of launch. Similar to the pre-launch period of Ghost Recon Wildlands, the team in Ubisoft Paris brought a select group of community members to the studio.

The open beta will be available on all platforms, and the full mode will be a free update. Players will be able to choose from different classes and fight on large open maps, although the maps still won't be as big as the entire province of Bolivia. Each will feature weather patterns and can take place at all times of day. What was really missing from the game was the ability to hunt other players in a PvP mode. To expand the tactical toolset, the team has added a new suppression system that affects your vision while you're under heavy fire, and implemented new sound markers to help players locate their enemies' position. This is a 4v4 deathmatch mode, where players will face off in small teams and use their skill, their gadgets, teamwork, and strategy to emerge victorious.

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If you are unable to view video showing the first look at PvP in your region, try the Ubisoft UK channel.

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