Ghost Recon Wildlands Ghost War PVP Beta Finally Gets a Trailer

Ghost Recon: Wildlands open beta for Ghost War PvP mode coming later this summer

The actual free update is expected to be available in Fall 2017.

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

You know how it goes - sometimes in Ghost Recon, you get exhausted of working with your friends to complete missions and you just want to shoot them instead. What exactly the classes are isn't known right now, but the trailer above shows some players with light or heavy weapons while others are focused on using the game's drone technology to their advantage.

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Although it's primarily a multiplayer game , much like the original , Splatoon 2 features a fantastic single-player adventure. The player will then have to send invitations to friends who want to be part of the voice chat.

Ghost War is a four-versus-four fight, one team against another, in classic Ghost Recon style.

Whether or not Ghost War lives up to expectations remains to be seen, but fans can look forward to the Ghost Recon Wildlands' free PvP update this fall. Ghost War will reportedly sport large maps that challenge players to contend with risky terrain and weather conditions in addition to enemy players. The 4v4 team deathmatch mode will take place on large-scale maps with various times and weather elements, building on the tactical experience from the main game. It is unknown what other modes will come with Ghost War. There are even some new mechanics like suppression, which makes your screen blurry when under fire, and sound markers to make distant snipers easier to track.

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

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