One of the biggest omissions from Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands has got to be player-versus-player (PVP) modes. Well, that and dragons, but whatever.
Ubisoft initially announced that PVP would be coming to Ghost Recon: Wildlands a while back, but until now we’ve not heard anything else. The publisher has since confirmed that it’s coming and that there will be an open-beta before the summer ends. Players will be able to fight off in two teams of four in the new game mode called Ghost War.
There’s no specified date for the beta yet, though once it goes live we’ll be sure to let you know. After the beta has run its course, Ghost War will be added to the game as a free update soon after, though again there’s no hard release date as of yet.
It’s nice to see that Ubisoft is still continuing to support Ghost Recon: Wildlands so long after launch. Good job, Ubi, good job indeed.
Will you be heading back in to Ghost Recon: Wildlands for the beta? Is PVP something you actually want, or are you all about the co-op gameplay? Round up in the comments sections below.
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