I Play Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Closed Beta

This past weekend I played some Closed beta for Wildlands and it was quite an interesting experience. There was some stuff that I liked but some concerns as well.

The story looks interesting and will have some eye-opening affect hopefully. Although mostly fiction some of the happenings has some truth behind it. Bolivia looks like a beautiful country with some harsh people trying to rule it.

I found the gameplay and movement easy to grasp and I loved the ordering commands. Also the new Rebel commands/orders looks awesome and can give you some added boosts. Some physics are a bit skewed as you can crash in a helicopter and still survive ;p but hopefully this gets fixed in the final version.

You can definitely see that they used a lot from The Division and built on form it. It is very cool that you can play with AI in your team rather than other players. The AI is a bit dumb though and I hope this also gets better with the final release.

The gunsmithing is back and it is awesome, I love to customize weapons and see the differences I can do. I also like the skill tree and how it is set apart.

All in all the closed beta for Tom Clancy’s The Wildlands was good, it has its ups and downs. Some people might enjoy this game better than The Division and other might not like it at all. I will wait for the final release to give my verdict but it does show promise.

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