Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint was not under the best of stars from the start, but so far Ubisoft has always delivered new content. But that’s over now!
Ubisoft has via Twitter announced that they will no longer develop any new content for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Anyone who romps around in the action game will remain up to date in terms of content and will have to be content with it.
The last four months have been dedicated to the release of the latest new content for the game, the creators say in their statement. The new Operation Motherland mode was established as well as new clothing items and the controversial quartz items.
While the further development of additional content is discontinued, the game should not have reached the end of its lifespan. Ubisoft promises that – just like Ghost Recon Wildlands – the Ghost Recon Breakpoint servers will continue to be maintained and kept online. All content already published – at least 11 substantial updates in the past two years – will remain accessible.
The tactical shooter was developed by Ubisoft Paris and has served as the narrative successor to Ghost Recon Wildlands, released in 2017, since October 2019. The game is set in the open game world called Auroa, an island in the Pacific Ocean. The title received mixed reviews upon release, mainly due to the mechanics and mission design. Commercially, the game did not live up to Ubisoft’s expectations and the developers also had to fix a number of existing technical problems with patches.