Ubisoft has indefinitely delayed the closed beta for Ghost Recon: Frontline.
In a brief statement, the game’s official account has indicated that it is “postponing the closed beta” of the game and that the development team is “creating the best possible experience.”
A new date has not been indicated for that beta, which will be shared “as soon as possible,” and they have thanked the fans for their support.
Frontline was unveiled on October 5 during the 20th Anniversary celebrations of the Ghost Recon franchise.
It will be a kind of Battle Royale for more than 100 players in which several teams of three will face each other to obtain an asset, request extraction, and survive the hunt for the rest of the players.
The response from the community was not particularly positive; The game’s presentation trailer currently has 4,900 Likes compared to 17,000 Dislikes. Most of the criticism focuses on the approach to a multiplayer style of PvP that does not seem to come very close to the tactical base of the franchise.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Frontline is in development for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X / S, and streaming via Stadia and Luna.