Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint Requires You To Be Always Online


Ghost Recon Breakpoint is set to be a followup to Wildlands, focusing on co-op gameplay once again and taking players out of the cartel-infested desert and throwing them on to a tropical island. Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint hits consoles and the PC on October 4th, 2019. Ghost Recon was initially a tactical shooter and some of those elements were lost in Wildlands, which took a more action-heavy approach.

Details from the leak also suggested this would still be a "story-driven four-player experience", so if you loved some Wildlands, get ready to start saving up and putting those penny's aside for when the game eventually drops.

For Ubisoft's games, presumably including Ghost Recon Breakpoint, the question of which storefront you buy from is slightly academic, since no matter where you purchase the title, you have to play it through Ubisoft's Uplay client.

Register now for a chance to be among the first players to enter the world of Ghost Recon Breakpoint on the link. You will also be able to pick up injured comrades or dead enemies to move them out of sight.

Recently, Ubisoft has announced that Ghost Recon Breakpoint Open Beta registration is now available on their official website. Whichever the case, it'd be interesting to see if the game breaks and players lose their entire progress due to Ubisoft's server issues. Pre-ordering any edition of the game will give you access to the beta test.

The Gold Edition will include the base game and the Year 1 Pass. But it won't remain there forever, it's been confirmed that the game will only be available through the Epic Games Store in late 2019.

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