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Ghost Recon Breakpoint Reveals 2021 Roadmap

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Publish Date : 2021-04-10 07:17:52
Ghost Recon Breakpoint Reveals 2021 Roadmap

The 2019 release of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint may not have met initial expectations, but Ubisoft's continued support of the tactical shooter has given it renewed life. Even now, Ubisoft continues post-launch support for Ghost Recon Breakpoint and, judging from the latest announcement, support won't be ending anytime soon. In a newly released 2021 roadmap for Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Ubisoft revealed plans for at least two more significant updates coming to the game.

The first update is Ghost Recon Breakpoint's highly anticipated 4.0.0 "Teammate Experience Update," tentatively scheduled to launch at the end of spring. The Teammate Experience Update's core focus is to improve AI teammates, which were introduced in a prior update. Not only will AI teammates be more intelligent, but there will also be fun new features tying into AI squads. For example, a new XP progression system for AI teammates, new skills and abilities, plus a questlog that gifts rewards.

The other update that Ubisoft revealed is Ghost Recon Breakpoint's title update 4.1.0. While Ubisoft is willing to say that this is an update worth looking forward to, it's not ready to fully reveal its plans. All that's clear is that this will be Ghost Recon Breakpoint's next major Operation. In fact, Ubisoft describes it as one of Ghost Recon Breakpoint's biggest operations yet. All that Ubisoft is willing to say for the time being is that 4.1.0 will be launching this fall.

These two updates make up Ubisoft's roadmap for the entirety of 2021. That doesn't mean that Ubisoft won't also provide smaller updates in-between, as it addresses any bugs that might crop up along the way. But otherwise, Ubisoft doesn't tease or hint at any further content coming for the game. This could be the final year of planned content for Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

Starting in October 2019, Ubisoft released Ghost Recon Breakpoint's very first Operation, Greenstone. It followed that up with Deep State, then Red Patriot in 2020. 2021 started strong with the most recent Operation release for Breakpoint. That being Amber Sky, which really keyed into the connection between Breakpoint, Siege, and Wildlands. It's a great status quo for looking forward to future 2021 content.

Given that the Ghost Recon franchise has a now 20-year legacy, Ubisoft's support for Breakpoint ending likely implies that the next chapter is nearing. A new game has yet to be announced by Ubisoft, of course, but with the Breakpoint 2021 roadmap in mind, Ghost Recon fans should probably be watchful of any upcoming Ubisoft events.

Ghost Recon is a series of games that has become the pinnacle of third-person tactical shooters. Fans eagerly await each new entry so they can traverse across open maps on foot or in a myriad of vehicles, military or otherwise. If the name doesn't give it away, Ghost Recon games also place a heavy emphasis on scoping out the terrain and then using strategy and stealth to take out enemies before they even know what hits them. Ubisoft has had plenty of time to master it, with the original Ghost Recon's 20 year anniversary coming up later this year. So how does the latest entry, Ghost Recon Breakpoint, honor its predecessor's legacy in time for the franchise to reach its 20th birthday?

When Ghost Recon Breakpoint was first announced at E3 2019 by Ubisoft, fans pretty much knew what to expect. The game was expected to be a new and improved version of Ubisoft's 2017 Ghost Recon: Wildlands, with a larger looting system like that in the Destiny series. Like Wildlands, Ghost Recon Breakpoint's open world sandbox added an extra level of strategic variety, most of the time in a way that players have no way of planning for.However, many felt the game suffered from an identity problem, oftentimes feeling like a game belonging to multiple genres but not really being a master at any of them. Now, is it worth playing in 2021?


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