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Friday, 10 February 2012 10:46

Ghost Recon Online beta coming

Written by David Stellmack

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Closed beta to start March 5th

Users who are interested in beta testing Ghost Recon Online for the PC have time to sign up. The closed beta is slated to start March 5th.  If you act quickly you may be able to get in the beta.

The new “free to play” Ghost Recon offering for the PC will allow players to customize their skills and equipment while leveling up. It is assumed that the customizing and upgrading of your skills and equipment will be done through micro purchases, as is the norm these days.

Click here to head to the official web site to apply for the beta.


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