Ubisoft Promises More Updates For Ghost Recon Breakpoint In 2021 (2)

Ubisoft has never been a company to give up easily when it comes to its properties. Just look at how Rainbow Six Siege has turned around, with highly anticipated Year 6 content on the way. Ubisoft also recently pledged to continue adding content to The Division 2, and this kind of sustained support is being extended to a game that not many players would have expected. Ghost Recon Breakpoint is getting more updates. Ubisoft also reaffirmed its desire to support the game through 2021.

Since the game’s launch, Ubisoft has been looking at feedback from players. This has resulted in many content updates and changes to Ghost Recon Breakpoint. The Bullet Lure, Darkest Night, Golem Island expansion, and World Modifiers are just some things that were implemented to address the concerns of the community.


If you thought that was all, you would be wrong. Ubisoft will continue to add more to the game, and once again, feedback will be vital to that. More content updates and improvements will come to Ghost Recon Breakpoint in 2021, and there might even be some surprises along the way.

Ubisoft Promises More Updates For Ghost Recon Breakpoint In 2021 (1)

Making a mark

It is definitely heartening to see a developer not give up on a game that was widely panned at launch. For the community that is still playing, this is even better news.

This surprise announcement will hopefully give the game a shot in the arm. When Ghost Recon Breakpoint launched in 2019, it was a disappointment to many. It had the Ghost Recon moniker, but none of the signature designs or features that marked the series. The past two years have been a salvage operation, and now, there might be renewed hope on the horizon.

If you have not yet experienced Ghost Recon Breakpoint, starting now is not that bad of an idea. With new updates planned throughout 2021 for the game, Ghost Recon Breakpoint has nowhere to go but up at this point.

Ubisoft Promises More Updates For Ghost Recon Breakpoint In 2021

Jake Su
Tactical strategy games are Jake's jam, and defending the Earth from alien and internal threats is just his bread and butter since the 1990s.

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