The Ghost Recon Wildlands PvP mode that Ubisoft promised in March and detailed in July is almost here. A “stand-alone open beta” will begin on September 21 and run though until September 25, and will be available to everyone, even if you don’t own the base game. The open beta will be available to pre-load on all platforms on September 19.
Ghost War will give players access to 12 classes (six in the beta) across three different categories: Assault, Marksman, and Support. Combat will take place on eight “large-scale open maps,” five of which will be in the beta, and newly-added PvP mechanics including suppressing fire and sound markers will also be supported, “to create a true military-strategic, team-based multiplayer mode.”
A full release date of the new mode hasn’t been set, but it’s expected to be out sometime before the end of the year. More information will be shared by the developers about Ghost War and the PvP Open Beta on September 19th at 5 pm UK time on twitch.tv/Ubisoft.