Following a rather rocky start to Ghost Recon: Breakpoint’s launch, Ubisoft is committed to releasing new Ghost Recon Breakpoint updates throughout the year in 2021.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is an online tactical shooter video game developed and published by Ubisoft. The game was released worldwide on 4 October 2019 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and on 18 December 2019 for Google Stadia. It was highly subjected to criticism due to myriad technical issues.
Ghosts, get ready for the next mission. We are excited to announce that there will be new content released this year! pic.twitter.com/dtkhVV7QxF
— Ghost Recon (@GhostRecon) February 26, 2021
Ubisoft recently released an official statement explaining why they thought people didn’t like Ghost Recon: Breakpoint and their plans for the future. A year after launch, Ubisoft has introduced several updates aimed at improving the game. Some of the new additions are AI teammates and an Immersive mode, which gives you the ability to turn off gear score.
Ubisoft also said that their work on Ghost Recon Breakpoint isn’t over just yet. “Since launch, our priority has been to address feedback from you, our players,” Ubisoft said in an announcement to fans on Twitter, this Friday. “We added multiple updates to our Ghost Experience, which brought the Bullet Lure, Darkest Night, Golem Island exploration, and World Modifiers to name a few. We have given you all the ability to fine tune Ghost Recon Breakpoint to meet your needs and wants.”
Ubisoft also mentioned the addition of Splinter Cell’s Sam Fisher and the T-800 from Terminator characters to the game. But, we still don’t know what exactly is on its way for Breakpoint.