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Ghost Recon Online closed beta starting in March

1:15 PM on 02.09.2012

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

Ghost Recon Online looks pretty decent, if very similar to other free-to-play games that have preceded it. Perhaps the ol' Tom Clancy touch will be enough. Ubisoft has put out a new trailer that focuses on the game's classes and gives a glimpse at the customization options.

Good timing, since the company also brings word that the closed beta for Ghost Recon Online will commence on March 5. Yes, sign-ups are open, so go do that.

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