Ubisoft has announced today that an upcoming open beta test for Ghost War, the new PvP mode for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, will be available on all platforms from September 21st, until the 25th.
This stand-alone open beta will be available for players to preload starting on September 20th and will be available for both owners of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, as well as players who are interested in the base game but do not yet own it.
The full PvP mode is scheduled to release as a free update to all Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands owners in the Spring.
Take a look at Ghost War reveal video below:
In this ‘Ghost War’, players will find themselves in two groups and will take part in a 4v4 team deathmatch style experience.
Teams are able to choose from a roster of classes across three distinct categories known as; Assault, Marksman, and Support, in order to fill specific roles on the battlefield.
The open beta will feature six of the twelve classes, each boasting their own unique characteristics, weapons, perks, and customisation options.
Five of the eight maps will also be playable in beta.
Including features such as suppressing fire and sound markers, this new PvP mode is set to create a truly immersive team-based multiplayer mode.
For those interested in more information on Ghost War and the open beta, feel free to tune into the Ghost War Premiere on twitch.tv on September 20th at 2 am AEST.
In order to celebrate this exciting event, Ubisoft will also be hosting a pre-show with four hours worth of content featuring special guests, which will begin at 10 pm AEST on September 19th.
More details of these live streams can be found here.
So what do you think of this PvP mode? Will we see you on the battlefield? Let us know your thoughts.