Five months after launch, Ghost Recon Wildlands, Ubisoft's open world cooperative tactical shooter is now equipped with a free trial. Sadly, the PC platform is left out in the cold, with only Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles getting access.
The trial will give players complete access to the game, where up to four players can work towards taking down the Santa Blanca drug cartel, which has taken control of Bolivia. The caveat is that trial players will be limited to just five hours to complete this deed, unless of course, they buy the game afterward, in which case all their progress will get carried over to the full game.
The trial's download size comes at around a whopping 60GB on both consoles, as it is essentially the full game with a time limit attached. The good news is that, for anyone who decides to purchase the game, the content that was downloaded for the trial will be used to run the full game as well, without needing to re-download anything.
It should be noted that while PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold memberships are needed to play the trial in multiplayer with others, a subscription is not required to try the game in single-player.
The Ghost Recon Wildlands trial is now available on the PlayStation Store and the Microsoft Store. The game is also set to receive a PVP mode named Ghost War as a free update; a beta for the mode will begin later this summer.
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