Ubisoft says new updates are coming to Ghost Recon Breakpoint all through 2021 • Eurogamer.web


Following January’s Rainbow Six Siege occasion.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint did not precisely impress when it launched again in 2019 however Ubisoft has caught with the sport, finessing and increasing the expertise alongside the best way – and it is now pledged to proceed that course of all through this 12 months.

Breakpoint was, in response to Eurogamer contributor Vikki Blake, “a damaged, swirling vortex of recycled Ubisoft mechanics stamped throughout a dismal, forgettable world” at launch. Nevertheless, following a business reception as limp as its crucial one, Ubisoft introduced it was engaged on a “extra radical and immersive model” of its on-line tactical shooter.

That preliminary overhaul work finally surfaced the next 12 months, and the rest of 2020 introduced a Splinter Cell tie-in identified Deep Stage, in addition to Ghost Recon Soldier crossover Pink Patriot. And now, Ubisoft has confirmed its growth efforts to enhance and broaden the sport aren’t stopping any time quickly, and that Breakpoint followers can sit up for “new content material to Ghost Recon Breakpoint all through 2021”.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint X Rainbow Six Siege trailer.

“We are going to preserve working so as to add extra to the sport and give you all some thrilling content material for the months to come back,” the writer wrote in a assertion posted to Twitter. “We’re designing the way forward for our sport primarily based in your suggestions and throwing in just a few surprises into the combo!”.

Ubisoft launched the primary of Breakpoint’s 2021 choices – a Rainbow Six Siege impressed occasion often called Amber Sky – again in January. There is no phrase but on what the writer has in retailer for the rest of the 12 months, however it says to anticipate extra particulars “quickly”.

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