End clap for Ghost Recon Breakpoint which will no longer benefit from the support of Ubisoft, so far with little care. The time is next.
Second opus to throw itself headlong into the open world, Ghost Recon Breakpoint clearly did not convince when it was released, even with the presence of Jon Bernthal as the big villain. Despite everything, the software had the right to a large follow-up, many updates, content and even crossovers with Tomb Raider or Terminator and Splinter Cell.
Breaking point for Ghost Recon, Ubi moves on
But all good (and bad) things come to an end and Ubisoft has just announced the end of the follow-up to Ghost Recon Breakpoint, by splitting a small press release on Twitter.
Between two lines that aim to thank the community for playing the game for the last three years and the support that players have shown, Ubisoft announces that a final update will be deployed bringing a new game mode, cosmetics to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the license and NFTs because we still haven’t understood how great it is. The studio also claims to be already thinking about what’s next.
Obviously, we do not know exactly what the teams who were in charge of Breakpoint will do, but we do know where the series will land since the battle royale Ghost Recon Frontline coming soon with a whole homemade NFT system under the arm.
This should restore the image of the saga…