Ubisoft has recently announced the minimum and recommended specs for the upcoming video game, "Ghost Recon: Wildlands."
Those who wish to play the game on the PC will need at least a Core i5-2400S (2.5 GHz) or FX-4320 (4 GHz) to go along with 6 GB of RAM, and a GTX 660 or HD 7870. Ubisoft has stressed quite clearly that these specs will only allow gamers to play "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" at 720p and Low presets.
According to GameRant, this is not the ideal way to enjoy a video game with a vast and beautiful landscape. However, this gives gamers with low-end PCs a chance to experience and enjoy the video game once it's released.
In order to play "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" at 1080p and High presets, Ubisoft's recommended specs include i7-3770 or FX-8350 cores, 8 GB of RAM, and a GTX 970 or R9 290X. Gamers who have better setups will be able to experience the video game at higher resolutions.
Ubisoft has been boasting the impressive landscape of "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" since the game was announced in 2015. However, when the game's closed beta was launched a few weeks ago, the game struggled to gain praise because of numerous bugs, glitches, and gamer complaints.
Fortunately, "Ghost Recon: Wildlands" will have another chance to prove itself with its upcoming open beta. The game's open beta will give testers the chance to infiltrate and destroy Bolivian drug cartels once it starts running on Feb. 23 at 6 a.m. EST. The open beta is free of charge and can be played on the PC, PlayStation 4, and the Xbox One. Gamers can simply download the beta from their online store of choice and play.
Gamers can also "RSVP" for the beta on Ubisoft's official website, which means they will send interested gamers a reminder when they can start downloading the beta. Pre-loading will also be available sometime on Feb. 21 at 6 a.m. EST.
"Ghost Recon: Wildlands" is scheduled to be released on March 7 for the Windows PC, PS4, and the Xbox One.