Set aside time to clear those internet pipes; Ghost Recon Wildlands hits open beta February 23.
Not leaving any wasted testing time, Ubisoft will begin opening up the pre-load floodgates two days early for players to absorb the game data ready for the 4-day weekend.
For those who managed to participate in the code-based closed beta test a few weeks back, you'll have the new province of Montuyoc to traverse, blast and admire once the game goes live. Everything from the past test will be present, too, however, meaning everyone will get the chance to venture around the same spots as those lucky few managed to encounter the first time around.
Explaining the new province and the enemy cartel to the people, Ubisoft said: "Set in the Bolivian Altiplano region, this province contains heavily defended strongholds where the Santa Blanca trains some of its toughest soldiers," Everyone who takes part in next week's beta test phase will earn themselves exclusive access to the Unidad Conspiracy mission set - three new missions that are, for some reason, locked behind what is essentially a demo wrapped in the privilege-hinting open beta label.
In terms of raw horsepower required to run the game, you won't fair all too well if you're rocking the minimum mid/low-end GPUs of the last few years. If you're running something a little more fresh - like the RX 480, GTX 1060/970 or R9 290X - you should be good to go. You can read up a little more on those requirements over at TomsHardware.