After Ghost Recon Breakpoint was "strongly rejected by a significant portion of the community", Ubisoft is trying to save the game, but will they succeed?
It’s no secret that Ghost Recon Breakpoint fell short both in the eyes of fans (well, Milan liked it) and Ubisoft, but the team behind it says they’re committed to making it an experience all of us expected.
In an open letter to the community, the devs talked about the fan reception of Ghost Recon Breakpoint, post-launch content, bug-fixes, and planned updates.
Two big pieces of content are coming this December. The first raid, Project Titan, and shortly after that the Terminator Live Event, a Terminator crossover event. No specific date is given on when they will go live.
One of the biggest problems the community is talking about are the microtransactions. The game launched buggy, yet the in-game store was polished and ready for you to spend money, which really isn't a good look for the game. The letter briefly passes by the issue just saying they will be making adjustments to make it “more comfortable”.
Finally, there’s the question of AI teammates, and the answers is again, they’re working on it. No details or expected release date are announced.
A lot is being talked about, a lot is being announced, but no details or expected dates are given, it doesn’t sound too well.
Ubisoft is no stranger to fixing buggy and broken releases, but this time they really have their work cut out for them. What do you think, will they manage to turn Ghost Recon Breakpoint around?