Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands will be free to try next week in an open beta for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The beta begins Thursday 23rd February and will last until Sunday 27th.

You'll get an exclusive mission to play through, "Unidad Conspiracy", where you spark a war between drug gangs.

Also included are two of the 21 provinces from the final game - the mountainous Itacua and the tougher, snow-capped Altiplano.

You can play by yourself or with up to three friends. Here's how it looks:

"If you had any expectations that Ghost Recon Wildlands would play anything like its predecessors in the tactical shooter series, it's probably best to put them to one side," Martin wrote in our big Ghost Recon Wildlands preview last month. "This is a very different take on the formula."

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