After miraculously breathing new life into its latest Rainbow Six Siege title with now more than 25 million players, Ubisoft is looking to raise the stakes for Tom Clancy’s other military shooter, Ghost Recon Wildlands. The company recently debuted the new Splinter Cell crossover content for Wildlands and now everyone is going to get to try it out for free (along with the rest of the game). It will be free on PlayStation 4, PC (Steam or Ubisoft) and Xbox One (Xbox Live Gold membership required) from April 12th until the 15th. More details below.
As usual, if you want to keep the game (and all your progress from the free weekend), you’ll be able to purchase the full experience at 67% off via Sony, Microsoft, or on Steam. That’s $23.99, and a solid deal based on historical pricing for the game, physical or not.
Play Ghost Recon Wildlands for free this weekend! Explore the massive open world of Bolivia and take on the Santa Blanca cartel, alone or with friends. Plus try out the new Special Operation 1 and help out Sam Fisher. All weekend, access the full game on all platforms for FREE!
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