Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon series has taken a backseat over the past two years, where it’s not said to be in hiatus – but the situation isn’t good.
In two years from 2019 Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Ubisoft is mostly silent on Ghost Recon series in a whole. That in itself doesn’t have to mean much – consecutive AAA games sometimes take a year or more of work to have anything good, much less to send. but Breakpoint sent only two years ago Wild Lands, so it is reasonable to assume that a sequel may be around the corner, or at best already underway. As things stand, the situation darkens.
One reason that cannot be ignored Ghost Recon Breakpoint not accepted. It’s widely baked, not just for its design and gameplay but sometimes for the story and microtransactions, where the later first-come “Time Savers” forced Ubisoft to pull off. Virtually just about anything in-game can be purchased with real money, even if these enhancements are automatically balanced in the multiplayer game. Yet the company remains committed, everyone says – there are five main pieces Ghost Recon Breakpoint DLC, the more recent – Amber Sky – arrived in January 2021.
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the roadmap for Ghost Recon Breakpoint It is strongly suggested that if there is a follow -up act, it will not launch in 2021. A “Teammate Experience Update” is due by the end of the spring, intended to improve AI squadmates and teammates, while the a 4.1.0 update is already scheduled for fall, even if its features are hidden under wrappers. Ubisoft will provide its full sources at a Ghost Recon follow up if it has any chance of shipping by the end of the year.
If Not 2021, When Will A New Ghost Recon Be Released?
Combine this fact with Ghost Recon BreakpointRECEIVING, it’s likely that Ubisoft spent time on any follow-up, probably also considering what this series is like. The move may not be new, even within Ubisoft – The Assassin’s Creed became an annual series between 2009 and 2015, but took a year for Origins of Assassin’s Beliefs, introducing a much more diverse combat mechanic and progression. Ghost Recon Wildlands As well as a radical abandonment of its predecessors, bringing in an open world and a third-person perspective.
Ubisoft may unveil a new one Ghost Recon link to it June 12 Continuing event linked to E3 2021. Realistically, though, that could be an early vision unless the games are released in early 2022, which is possible, but doubtful, due to production delays related to the pandemic faced by developers. first studio. Autumn 2022 is more likely to happen – though of course the Ghost Recon The team may shock players by revealing that it has already done a lot of covert work.
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