Ghost Recon Wildlands Is down to $15 on PC Today

Ghost Recon Wildlands Is down to $15 on PC Today

Ubi's open-world action game hits a new low.

If you're a PC player that's been tempted to dip your toes into Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands before, now's your chance.

The PC version of the game—in the form of a Uplay code—is on sale over at Amazon US currently, costing only $14.99 for a limited time.

Not only is that the cheapest price this game has been available for since launch, but is actually cheaper than the game is currently up for on Ubisoft's own store—there, it's still $29.99.. It's also a massive discount compared to the boxed version, which will still cost you $59.99 at the time of writing.

Wildlands, an open-world action game that lets up for four players play the entire campaign mode together co-operatively. If you'd like to hear more about it before committing, you can head over and read our review.

Ghost Recon Wildlands on PC for $14.99 from Amazon US

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Jamie Wallace

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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