Ghost Recon Wildlands Betas Set Records

UbiBlog has word that the recent beta tests for Ghost Recon Wildlands broke some Ubisoft records:
The recent beta phases for Ghost Recon Wildlands gave players a taste of what it’ll take to fight the Santa Blanca drug cartel in the Bolivian wilderness, and as it turned out, a lot of you were eager to squad up and hit the ground. More than 6.8 million of you, to be precise, breaking Ubisoft’s previous beta records – but that’s not the only impressive statistic coming out of the closed and open betas. More than two billion minutes were played, and more than 60 percent of all players played in co-op (Ghost Recon Wildland supports both solo and cooperative play for a team of up to four Ghosts).
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Muscular Beaver wrote on Mar 2, 2017, 04:57:
Tried it, only played a few hours, because it was that boring. It has nothing new and the setting is just bad. Its sterile, doesnt even make you want to explore the map.
Gameplay is meh, controls are console infested. No thanks. Next.
I watched a few videos of guys playing the beta and I was frankly shocked at how easy the game seems? Honestly it seems like they have reversed 'The Division' game mechanics and made YOU the bullet sponge and the enemy paper thin. This game seems so casual that it should almost play itself? Is there ANY challenge to this game at all? Is this what people want to play nowadays? It just really confused me more than anything. I'm sure that some people will enjoy it but, for me personally, I can't see myself going anywhere near this; It just seems like it would be wasted time *shrug*.
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