The sentence has been passed for an extremely controversial game from Ubisoft. Thus, Ghost Recon Breakpoint sees its development stop barely two and a half years after its release. There will be no more new content…
When it launched in October 2019, the third-person shooter from Ubisoft Paris had received very mixed reviews from the trade press. Over the months, the French studio has revised its copy by deploying a multitude of updates. But, after more than 11 patches, Ghost Recon Breakpoint is finally taking a bow.
Recently, the developers had launched several major updates, including the Operation Motherland mode and new items for the 20th anniversary of the license. A small controversy had also erupted following the arrival of NFT in the game. Anyway, Ghost Recon Breakpoint won’t receive any more news, since its development is officially over. However, the servers will remain active.
Hey Ghosts, we have an important message we would like to share with you all 👇 pic.twitter.com/kYeyVWVtgi— Ghost Recon (@GhostRecon) April 5, 2022
At the end of 2019, Yves Guillemot, the boss of Ubisoft, had pointed to the disappointing commercial and critical performance achieved by Ghost Recon Breakpoint. So much so that the game had been held partly responsible for the postponements of several titles including Watch Dogs Legion and Immortals Fenyx Rising.
Source: Windows Central