Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint Open Beta now available

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Breakpoint BETA_20190909042049

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Breakpoint BETA_20190909042049

Ahead of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s October 4th, 2019, release date, Ubisoft is launching into one final beta test for their upcoming title, which will be available to all from today until September 29th, 2019.

Available today on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, players can jump into one final test before the title officially launches Friday, October 4th, 2019. In Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint‘s Open Beta, fans will once more take on the role of Nomad who is hunting down The Wolves, a lethal unit of ex-Military unit of former Ghosts who have gone rogue.

Among their rank and file comes Lt. Colonel Cole D. Walker, portrayed by Jon Bernthal (Punisher, The Walking Dead), who appeared in the Operation Oracle, which saw Cole D. Walker make his debut appearance. Armed to the teeth with Skell’s drones and having taken over the island of Aurora, players can dive in and experience a couple of story missions, some bounties, and a chance to test out the newly developed gearing system.

“Explore solo or team up for four-player co-op in six regions of Auroa’s massive open world – Smuggler Coves, Mount Hodgson, Sinking Country, Fen Bog, New Argyll, and Infinity – and tackle five main missions, as well as a number of side missions and daily Faction Missions. Face off against armed drones including the flying Murmur, the land-based Aamon, and the massive, armored Behemoth. And then get ready to test your skills against other players in Ghost War, with the Elimination 4v4 PVP mode and three maps, PMC Camp, Skell Port, and R&D Center.”

Stay tuned for our final hands-on impression of the beta and stay tuned for future coverage of post-release content after the game releases. You can also visit the Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Open Beta Information Page to learn more about the beta today.

“The overall experience is fascinating, gripping, and feels like it’s going back in the right direction in order to bring the game back into a true military simulator once again,” we stated in our first impressions with the Closed Beta earlier this month.

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