Play Ghost Recon: Wildlands for free this weekend
Take a free trip to Bolivia this weekend courtesy of Ubisoft.
The tactical shooter Ghost Recon: Wildlands is opening up its crime-infested Bolivian world to everyone this weekend, with PS4, Xbox One and PC players able to jump in and play for free from Thursday 12 October through to Sunday 15 October.
This free weekend marks the launch of the game's new "Ghost War" mode, where two teams of four battle it out across the vast open world of Wildlands in a neat twist on traditional deathmatch.
Any progress you make in the game during the free weekend will carry over to the full game, too, so if you decide to pick it up, you won't be stuck repeating content. There are no limits to the game during its free period, either, so if you're really keen you could even finish the entire thing over the weekend without paying a cent.
Ubisoft is also discounting the game by 50% over the course of the free weekend. You'll be able to snap up this deal on Xbox One through Microsoft Store, on PS4 through PlayStation Store and on PC through uPlay.
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