Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s first “main title replace” ought to be out quickly • Eurogamer.internet


We already knew that Ubisoft had promised new updates have been coming to Ghost Recon Breakpoint all through 2021, and now we have now the element courtesy of a content material roadmap and details about two “main title updates”.

In an weblog on the official web site, the workforce says it’s “thrilled” to be bringing free content material all through 2021, stating that its “imaginative and prescient is to proceed including on to what we have now constructed collectively because the launch of the sport, together with extra customisation, development, and added replay-ability, amongst others”. It additionally guarantees extra high quality and technical enhancements, too.

First up is Title Replace 4.0.0. This replace – releasing quickly on the “finish of spring” – will proceed to enhance the expertise of AI teammates “whereas additionally including some group requested options”. There’ll even be a brand new XP development in your AI squad, new passive abilities and skills to unlock as you play, plus a devoted quest log and “cool and unique rewards”.

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Ubisoft was much less communicative about Replace 4.0.1., teasing solely that “intel for this operation is classed” and that “it appears to be one of many largest operations to this point”.

Extra particulars might be revealed later this 12 months, with a tentative launch window of the autumn 2021 (or Q3 2021, for these of you within the southern hemisphere).

“Buddying up with a pal and taking over the key base of a villainous hi-tech scally is definitely enjoyable, particularly while you unlock night- and thermal-vision in your drone and you may mow down unsuspecting enemies with gleeful abandon,” I wrote in Eurogamer’s 2019 Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint assessment when it was launched.

“Factor is, no quantity of collectables or refined, satisfying gameplay loops can counter this half-baked hotchpotch of magpie’d concepts that neither perform correctly nor mesh. It is only a damaged, swirling vortex of recycled Ubisoft mechanics stamped throughout a dismal, forgettable world.”

Issues aren’t fairly as grim lately, nevertheless, with our buddies at Digital Foundry confirming that Ghost Recon Breakpoint doubles efficiency on next-gen consoles.

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