Ghost Recon Wildlands is getting a free-to-play weekend

Ghost Recon Wildlands is getting a free-to-play weekend
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is going free-to-play this weekend on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.

The tactical shooter will be free to take for a spin starting tomorrow, September 20 until September 23. The full Wildlands experience will be available at this point, so that includes the PvP mode Ghost War, and the special missions featuring both Predator and Sam Fisher.

In addition to being able to play the game for free, you can also grab 60% off the asking price for the full version of Ghost Recon Wildland from now until October 1.

As is usually the case, any progress you make during the free trial will carry over to the full version of the game if you decide to snap it up. Furthermore, there's two versions of the game up for grabs here, namely the Year 2 Gold Edition and Ultimate Edition.

Ghost Recon Wildlands hit PS4, PC, and Xbox One back in March 2017, and is noted for taking the franchise into open-world territory for the first time. However, Colm didn't think it necessarily paid off at the time.