Ghost Recon: Wildlands Beta Sets New Ubisoft Record With 6.8 Million Players

As a thank you for joining the beta phase of Wildlands, Ubisoft will give to everyone of you the "Unidad Conspiracy bonus".

Ghost Recon: Wildlands is due out on Tuesday next week, and by the looks of it a fair number of you are excited about that.

Ubisoft announced via its blog that the recent Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands beta was played by 6.8 million people from around the world.

The betas only opened two of the 21 provinces that will be available in the full game, with both providing different gameplay experiences.

"More than 6.8 million of you, to be precise, breaking Ubisoft's previous beta records - but that's not the only impressive statistic coming out of the closed and open betas. This reward includes three exclusive missions set in the Media Luna region, one of the Unidad strongholds, and will be available for download post-launch".

Ghost Recon: Wildlands did not only took the place away from For Honor but this tactical shooter was also able to have fans engaged for quite a while.

Ubisoft is a leading creator, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and services, with a rich portfolio of world-renowned brands, including Assassin's Creed, Just Dance, Watch_Dogs, Tom Clancy's video game series, Rayman and Far Cry.

It took players in the Open Beta an average of seven hours to complete main missions. The game will be fully playable via four-player co-op or solo.

Shortly after Nintendo introduces its new console, Nier: Automata and Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands will hit the streets.

  • Arturo Norris