Ghost Recon: Wildlands will be released next month and to give all gamers a glimpse into the game world, Ubisoft is launching an open beta today.

The month of March is packed with good games, including Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Horizon Zero Dawn and Mass Effect: Andromeda, but also Ubisoft is releasing a new game. Ghost Recon: Wildlands launches on March 7th and to test the servers and give players a little taste of the game, an open beta will be launched today.

The open beta ends on the 27th, so you have access to two of the 21 areas in the game for four days. Players who participated in the closed or open beta get three extra missions to play with the full release. In these missions you find yourself in the middle of a conflict between the local Unidad military units and the Santa Blanca. You just have to make sure that you bought and played the game before March 31st on the same Ubisoft account that you played the beta on.

For anyone who is a true fan of the Ghost Recon franchise, Ubisoft has also created a browser based minigame called A World With No Heroes. In the minigame you can track and identify targets with fifty cameras to unlock rewards throughout the game. The open beta of Ghost Recon: Wildlands kicks off today and launches the full game on PC, Xbox One and PS4 on March 7.