Ghost Recon: Wildlands Beta Sets New Ubisoft Record

The Ghost Recon: Wildlands beta was a smash hit for Ubisoft as it set a new record for player count!

The Ghost Recon: Wildlands beta was a smash hit for Ubisoft as it set a new record for player count! The Ghost Recon: Wildlands beta boasted 6.8 million players in the closed and open beta.

 This staggering number sets the new record for player count in beta phase in the company’s history. For comparison, the Division beta only had 6.4 million players and to me, that game was talked about a lot more than Wildlands. Ubisoft also released stats such as that there were 2 billion minutes played during the betas and that more than 60 percent of players played cooperatively.

Everyone that was involved in either beta will receive the Unidad Conspiracy bonus within Ghost Recon: Wildlands that contains three exclusive missions that take place in the Media Luna region. To claim this reward you will have to purchase and play Ghost Recon: Wildlands by March 31st, 2017 on the same Ubisoft account as you used within the beta.

The Ghost Recon franchise is at its prime right now considering they have reached 24 million units sold in the entire franchise. A movie based on the series is well under way and Ubisoft has also announced a novel titled ‘Dark Waters’ based around the series.

 Ghost Recon: Wildlands will be released on March 7th for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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