Ghost Recon Wildlands Is Getting PvP This Fall

Herbert Rhodes
July 22, 2017

Ubisoft has announced that beta testing for Ghost Recon: Wildlands PvP mode called Ghost War will start later this summer.

Most people on dedicated gaming communities hate the game, and most critics barely acknowledged it- but the most successful game of the year so far has been Ghost Recon: Wildlands, which Ubisoft released in March this year, and which remains the highest selling title worldwide of this year so far. Ubisoft didn't release a specific release date for the update, but eager fans can try an early version of Ghost War in an open beta session scheduled for sometime later this summer. In this Ghost Recon Wildlands PvP game mode, two teams of 4 players will fight against each other in a tactical deathmatch setting. Ghost War will be available to everyone as a free update when it's ready to go.

Players will be able to choose from a roster of specialized classes, including: Scout, Tank, Sniper, and more. From there, both teams will be dropped into open-environment maps where they'll have to use their knowledge and skills to survive and hunt down the enemy team. 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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Players won't have to wait too long to get their hands on Ghost War.

Though far from ideal, Ghost Recon Wildlands is one of the most effective franchise reboots in recent memory.

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