Ubisoft today announced that their hit open-world military shooter, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, is available for free worldwide, with the only limit being a cap on playtime at five hours. The trial is available to anyone with a PlayStation 4 or Xbox One for the foreseeable future, but there’s no indication as of yet that this offer is going to be extended to PC gamers, neither in Ubisoft’s announcement nor via Steam or Uplay.
We reviewed Wildlands when it came out back in March, and we found the game to be a solid open world shooter, which “can provide countless hours of thrilling sandbox shooter gameplay, but co-op is needed to make the most of it.” Whilst the game does function with A.I. assisting you in place of friends, it just doesn’t open up the tactical options that playing with three humans can when you want to take over an outpost.
Whilst this trial doesn’t include the Fallen Ghosts and Narco Road expansions, you do get the base games huge open world to play with to your hearts delight, in solo mode or in online co-op with up to 3 friends, whether they already own Wildlands already or are just hopping onto the free trial with you.
Once your times up in the free trial, your progress will be saved and can be taken straight into the full game should you choose to purchase it.
Head on over to Ubisoft’s website for instructions on how big the game file is, how to download it from your store, and for all the details on the free trial and the full game.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands takes you on a journey with a US Special Forces Team deep into Bolivia, to take down the dangerous Santa Blanca drug cartel, that has turned the country into a drug state. The full game is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.