Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands – Open beta phase for PVP mode begins next week

Ubisoft announced today that an upcoming open beta test for Ghost War, the new player-versus-player (PvP) mode update to Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, will be available on all platforms between 21st September and 25th September. The stand-alone open beta will be available for preload starting September 19th for both Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands owners and new players who do not own the base game. The full mode will release as a free update to all Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands owners this autumn.

In Ghost War, two groups of players will take part in a four-versus-four (4v4) team deathmatch experience that builds on the tactical squad play from the main game, where strategy is equally as important as skill. Teams will choose from a roster of varied classes across three categories – Assault, Marksman and Support – that fill specific roles on the battlefield as they navigate large-scale open maps and take down their enemies.

The open beta will feature six of the twelve distinct classes, each with their own varied characteristics, weapons, perks and customisation options, and five of the eight unique maps. Ghost War will also integrate new PvP mechanics, including suppressing fire and sound markers, to create a true military-strategic, team-based multiplayer mode.

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