Ubisoft held a couple of beta tests for the upcoming release of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands over the last month, and it seems to have been a great success. The French publisher announced today that, during the technical test and both closed and open betas, Ghost Recon Wildlands surpassed 6.8 million users. That’s a record breaking number for Ubisoft, not to mention having over 2 billion minutes played, and over sixty percent of gamers playing cooperatively.
As a reward, anyone who played the beta and decides to pick up the game next week will receive a Unidad Conspiracy reward. This includes additional missions set in the Media Luna region available post-launch. It’s a nice little bonus for the millions of players who decided to give it a whirl.
Ghost Recon Wildlands will be available for March 7 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.