The Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta gives you an early hands-on with the return of Ubisoft's upcoming co-operative shooter, which releases in full on October 4th.

Specifics of the Ghost Recon Breakpoint closed beta are few and far between, but that won't stop you from signing up for when it launches later this year.

Here's everything we know so far on Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta - including how you can register your interest off the back of the Ubisoft E3 2019 conference.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta release date and beta access explained

The Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta start date is September 5th on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

You can get Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta access in two ways:

  • Pre-ordering Ghost Recon Breakpoint
  • Registering for the Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta online

To sign up for the Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta, you'll have to visit Ubisoft's official site.

From there, scroll down to the sign up section, where you can choose your platform - there's Xbox One, PS4 and PC available.


Once you have made your choice, you'll have to sign into your Uplay account. From there, you've then registered your interest - and the wait for the beta start date begins.

It should be noted this won't guarantee beta access. Ubisoft hasn't confirmed specifically how invites will work, but signing up nice and early should improve your chances when the time comes.

Pre-ordered Ghost Recon Breakpoint instead? It's this same official Ubisoft site where you can redeem your retail code to get your beta code in return.

What will the Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta be like?

Ubisoft hasn't said what exactly is in the Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta, but with previous entry Ghost Recon Wildlands having one back in 2017, we might have an idea of what to expect.

That beta featured an exclusive mission to play through, as well as two of the 21 provinces from the final game - giving you a very small glimpse on what was on offer.

The beta only lasted a few days too - from Thursday to Sunday - so there's a chance the Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta might also be a short one.

We'll know for sure when Ubisoft announces what's featured closer to the time.

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