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Ghost Recon: Wildlands beta played by 6,8 million players

Ubisoft broke its record set by the Division beta as the interest in the highly anticipated Ghost Recon Wildlands beta drew in a massive amount of players.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands beta played by 6,8 million players
A new record for the French company as last week, Ghost Recon: Wildlands beta was played by 6,8 million players compared to the Division who drew in 6,4 million players.

Those numbers are still relatively low in comparison to other gargantuan franchises such as Battlefield 1, but Ubisoft can be satisfied as in addition to testing the game through beta, it made a good splash in the marketing department with it.

Players collectively spent 34,3 million hours playing, averaging at about 5 hours per player which doesn't say much in terms of likeability and future sales so it remains to be seen how it will fare when it is released as march is already busy with Zero Horizon Dawn, Zelda: Breath of The Wild and the upcoming Mass Effect: Andromeda.

What did you think of the beta and will you be picking the game up when it releases? Sound off in the comments below.


Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands releases on March 7,2017 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, see the trailer here:

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