What is Ghost Recon Breakpoint? This trailer will tell you

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Ghost Recon Breakpoint launches in roughly a month and Ubisoft doesn’t want anyone confused about what the game contains. In this latest six and a half minute trailer, you’ll learn all about the campaign mode, the co-op options, the PvP multiplayer, and the post-launch roadmap coming to this latest Tom Clancy endeavor. There shouldn’t be any questions left after watching this.

For me, I’m just curious if Ubisoft has learned any lessons from Wildlands. That title was a best-seller for the company, but I found it drifted far away from what made the Tom Clancy brand important: realism. Instead of bloating out the map with tons of pointless side objectives and letting players level-up like an RPG, get back to what made the author’s name stand out to begin with. I don’t need yet another open-world shooter, but something with a military angle and intense realism would be different.

Whether or not Breakpoint does that, we won’t have much longer to find out. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint launches on October 4, 2019, for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.


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