Check Out The First Five Hours Of Ghost Recon Wildlands For Free

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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands has been, ahem, making a killing since its arrival earlier this year, drawing in both solo and co-op oriented gamers as they take on vicious members of a drug cartel. But for those of you that haven't joined the party just yet, there's an opportunity to try before you buy.

Ubisoft has announce today that a new trial for Ghost Recon Wildlands is available, letting you check out the first five hours of the game absolutely free of charge! You can download the trial for Xbox One here, and the trial for PlayStation 4 here!

The trial gives you quite a bit of access to the game, as you can team up with friends and take on a handful of missions across the country of Bolivia before needing to purchase the full game. And even at that point, Ghost Recon Wildlands is actually on sale right now for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, so if you need to upgrade, it won't hurt you that badly in the wallet.

Here are some of the features from the trial, as provided by Ubisoft:

"TAKE DOWN THE CARTEL In a near future, Bolivia has fallen into the hands of Santa Blanca, a merciless drug cartel who spread injustice and violence. Their objective: to create the biggest Narco-State in history.

BECOME A GHOST Create and fully customize your Ghost, weapons, and gear. Enjoy a total freedom of playstyle. Lead your team and take down the cartel, either solo or with up to three friends.

EXPLORE BOLIVIA Journey through Ubisoft's largest action-adventure open world. Discover the stunning diverse landscapes of the Wildlands both on and off road, in the air, on land, and at sea with over 60 different vehicles."

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We think that the game is a lot of fun, especially if you have a battle-ready group that's ready to kick ass and take names. Plus, it's real nice to blow up stuff as well, because, well, the cartel's asking for it, really. Check out the free trial now!

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. There's no word if the PC version will get a trial version yet, but here's to hoping!