Ghost Recon Breakpoint was a complete disappointment when it was released in 2019. "Neither fish nor meat" we had to say about the sequel to Ghost Recon: Wildlands and gave the title 6/10 points. Since then, Ubisoft has tried to improve the game through regular updates. Now the studio announced on Twitter that Ghost Recon: Breakpoint will still receive some updates in 2021.
"Since launching, it has been our priority to act on your feedback. We improved the Ghost experience with several updates, including Bullet Lure, Darker Nights, Golem Island Exploration, and World Parameters. We gave you a lot of tools to customize Ghost Recon Breakpoint to your liking. "
"We will continue to work to offer you all more exciting content in the next few months. We are shaping the future of our game according to your feedback and throwing a few more surprises into the mix."
Details about the upcoming updates should follow soon. A roadmap for 2021 is also to be published in the next few weeks.
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint (buy now € 14.96 ) has already received a few updates over the last few years and is now, according to the community, clearly a better game than it was in the early days. However, everyone has to decide for themselves whether the title is really good now. In any case, there is one for those who are undecided free demo versionwhich gives access to the full game for six hours.
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