Despite the cool reception of Ghost Recon Breakpoint and the controversy related to the introduction of NFT elements to the game, the series of tactical shooters is said to have another installment.
The news was provided by Kotaku, citing its sources inside the French corporation. The information was released the day after it was announced that Breakpoint would not receive any more updates.
Last year, the next installment of Ghost Recon already appeared on the list of leaked games from GeForce Now servers, codenamed OVER. Kotaku adds that work has been underway for over a year at the Paris branch, and the game may be released next year.
Ubisoft recently unveiled Ghost Recon Frontline, a free Call of Duty Warzone-style shooter. The fan reception was icy at best, as were the impressions of the closed tests. The creators are supposedly preparing a thorough reset of the assumptions, so it’s still a long way to debut.
The series of tactical shooters have returned to the awareness of a wider audience with the successful Wildlands of 2017, offering cooperative shooting on a huge Bolivia map.
Breakpoint’s released two years later was a real disaster. The game had extremely low ratings and was distinguished by errors rather than gameplay quality. When the developers managed to bring the game to a usable condition, it became a field for experiments with NFT skins, which again translated into criticism.