Ghost Recon: Wildlands had over 6.8 million beta participants, besting Ubi’s previous record holder For Honor

By Stephany Nunneley
1 March 2017 17:29 GMT

Those who participated in the Ghost Recon: Wildlands betas racked up some interesting stats.


Over 6.8 million participated in the betas for Ghost Recon: Wildlands, breaking Ubisoft’s previous beta records.

For Honor was the previous record holder with over 6 million participants in all testers held for the multiplayer title.

Here’s some other figures out of the betas held for Ghost Recon: Wildands:

  • 6.83 million players on beta phases
  • Over 34 million hours played
  • Average open beta player time was seven hours
  • 77 million miles were driven
  • There were 169 million minutes spent using Night Vision
  • Over 1.2 million kills were made
  • More than 43 million teammates were saved
  • Best average shooting distance was 725 meters or 793 yards
  • Players base jumped over 12 million times
  • 100,000 users downloaded the Ghost Recon Companion App with 10 million resources sent to the game from the app

You can look over the complete stats shown in the infographic for yourself through the Ubi Blog.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands is out March 7 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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