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Tom Clancy’s: Ghost Recon Wildlands “Open Beta” | Review

We review the open beta for Tom Clancy’s: Ghost Recon Wildlands.
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Last Thursday Ubisoft released the open beta for its latest installment of its Ghost Recon franchise titled Wildlands. Since its original announcement last summer, it has become one of the few console games our gaming division have been eagerly waiting to review. 


Like many console games these days customization is a big part of the personalized 

Co-Op Campaign: 

The campaign is all you are able to play in this online beta, with the option to either play co-op with friends or 

Ghost Recon Wildlands is the second release from Ubisoft the year (the first being Four Honor), but with the Tom Clancy’s series’ history in our digital pages we feel very hopeful this console game will improve.p


  • Great Co-op game play with teammates.
  • Massive playable map.
  • Fast travel comes in handing and will keep you engaged. 
  • Great upgrades.


  • Limited character physical/appeal design.
  • N.P.C.’s  A.I. system is horrible, and will leave desiring only to player with actual thinking teammates. 
  • Gliyches that caused players to appear outside of the vehicles.


Final Verdict: When it is working it is both submersive and visually engaging. We give Ghost Recon Wildlands. 2.5 stars of 4.

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