June 10, 2019

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Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta Starts September 5 – E3 2019

Ghost Recon Breakpoint launches on October 4, and you can get an early chance to infiltrate its open world when the Beta kicks off this September. Running from September 5-8, the Beta will let players explore the Auroa archipelago, alone or in four-player co-op, and face the renegade Wolves. Led by Lt. Col. Cole D. Walker (played by actor Jon Bernthal), a former Ghost, the Wolves are an elite unit with the same training and skills as you – and, as if that didn't make them deadly enough, they've also taken control of an army of military drones.

Players can get guaranteed access to the Beta by pre-ordering Ghost Recon Breakpoint, or can sign up here for a chance to play. Additionally, players who pre-order the Gold, Ultimate, or Wolves Collector's Editions of Ghost Recon Breakpoint can start playing on October 1, with three-day early access.

Additionally, fans can get involved with Ghost Recon Delta Company, a new community program that offers special content and direct discussion with developers. Ghost Recon Delta Company will be available worldwide in more than 10 languages, and you can sign up to join at ghostrecon.com/DeltaCompany.

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Ghost Recon Breakpoint will launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on October 4, and on Stadia when it launches. For more, check out our previous Ghost Recon Breakpoint coverage.

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