Ghost Recon: Wildlands Playable For Free Over The Weekend; Preoad Already Available On PC And PS4


To celebrate the launch of Operation Oracle set for tomorrow May 2, Ubisoft has decided to provide the opportunity for all players to experience the full experience of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands.

The title will be playable for free from 2 to 5 May on all platforms, and will also include new free content. To allow players to arrive prepared for the event, Ubisoft today provided the opportunity to pre-download the game. While we are writing to you, it is already active on PlayStation 4 and PC: on the console of Sony is required to download 64,83 GB of data, while on PC (via Uplay) you need to download 60.69 GB. If the full version is purchased, all progress will be transferred to the full version of Ghost Recon Wildlands.

Operation Oracle will include a new narrative arc with two free missions playable in single player or cooperative. The Ghosts will be involved in the rescue mission of a Skell Tech engineer held hostage by Unidad, which will soon turn into something far more complex. For the occasion, players will get to know Cole D. Walker, a leader of the Ghost team played by Jon Bernthal ( The Punisher, The Wolf of Wall Street ).