Ghost Recon Wildlands' Open Beta will take place on a new map, different from that in the Closed Beta. Ubisoft announced in an email that the Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta will feature new and different content from the Closed Beta, including a new province. What the new map will be like is uncertain as of yet, but I enjoyed the first one, so I have high hopes that this new area will be just as fun.
One complaint from fans that Ubisoft may be addressing in this new area is the lack of difficulty. While the map in the Ghost Recon Wildlands Closed Beta did an excellent job of showing the variety the game has to offer, it didn't have any areas that were a challenge. Hopefully, the new version of Ghost Recon Wildlands that we'll be using in the Open Beta also has fixes for some of the frustrating bugs and glitches that players reported in the Closed Beta.
The Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta will debut sometime February 23 and end on February 27. This gives players five days to enjoy the open beta.
With the multitude of issues that For Honor is having, hopefully, Ubisoft will make the right choice and delay Ghost Recon Wildlands for a short bit so that it launches with a reliable network infrastructure. During my time with the Closed Beta I didn't notice the same amount of issues I have with For Honor, but there were also a lot fewer people playing.
Jason Faulkner posted a new article, Ghost Recon Wildlands Open Beta Gets a New Map
oh damn, i didnt know it was open beta