Ghost Recon Wildlands Betas a Huge Hit, Surpasses For Honor’s Record

2 March 2017 at 12:51 in Gaming News with no comments

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More than 6.8 million players have participated in the Ghost Recon Wildlands betas, breaking Ubisoft’s previous beta records. The game’s closed beta took place from 3-6 February, while its open beta from 23-27 February. For Honor previously held the title for most number of beta players.

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Ubisoft has also shared other stats from the game’s betas:

  • 34 million hours played
  • more than 1 billion cartel members eliminated
  • 44 million team members saved
  • 12.5 million base jumps
  • 2.8 million hours spent in night vision
  • 1.3 million hours spent on flying drones
  • More than 60% of players played in co-op

And speaking of the Ghost Recon Wildlands betas, those who participated in both betas will receive the Unidad Conspiracy bonus. This bonus includes three missions which takes place in the Media Luna region and will be available once the game is released on 7 March. If you took part in either of the betas, you would need to buy and play Ghost Recon Wildlands by 31 March using the same Ubisoft account you used for the betas so you can claim the bonus reward. With the betas being a huge hit among players, we’re pretty sure you’re very excited to play this game once it gets released on 7 March on PC (Uplay), Playstation 4, and Xbox One. This is one game you would not want to miss!


Ghost Recon Wildlands Mini Game Called “A World With No Heroes”

Ghost Recon Wildlands Mini Game is announced and it is called A World With No Heroes. Play in this mini game and get rewarded for it!