When it was released in 2019 ago, Ghost Recon Breakpoint was not very satisfying both in reviewer reviews and commercial success. Ubisoft Paris’s game is considered to have failed to offer something new to the military-shooter genre that is being carried. Even so, Ubisoft did not accept the negative reaction as an excuse to stop supporting Breakpoint.
In fact, Ubisoft continues to provide support for Breakpoint, starting from releasing several patches containing improvements to collaborating with other Tom Clancy games such as Rainbow Six Siege and Splinter Cell. The good news is, this year, they are still planning to keep the Breakpoint “alive”.
Through its Twitter account, Ubisoft announced that it would continue to bring new content to Breakpoint throughout 2021. Ubisoft said that the content was made based on player feedback, and soon, they will release a roadmap as a marker of when the content will arrive. Into the hands of the player.
Interestingly, the promise for a Breakpoint update in 2021 comes just weeks after Ubisoft announced that The Division 2 – which was supposed to be “finished” after the title update 12 years ago-will also have a new content year. Previously, Breakpoint had launched the first update in 2021 in the form of a collaborative event with Rainbow Six Siege called Operation Amber Sky.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint is currently available to play on PS4, Xbox One, Google Stadia, and PC.