People seem to love to partake in betas that Ubisoft releases because the recent public beta for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands was played by lots of people.
Ubisoft announced via its blog that the recent Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands beta was played by 6.8 million people from around the world. This is the biggest beta in Ubisoft history.
To put this into perspective, The Division beta had 6.4 million players while the For Honor beta had over 6 million players. This potentially could be one of Ubisoft’s most popular video games.
The average playtime for the game was 7 hours for a beta that only contained 2 missions out of 21. The full game is sure to offer players an even longer experience. Speaking of the full game, you can expect to play it on March 7th for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One platforms.