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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint Shows Us Threats That Could Soon Come True


Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint is creating a lot of hype just before the release of the game and there were two videos released by the developers, both contradicting each other but regardless they really take you in the story.

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The first video is more like a general introduction to Skell Tech and how it is changing the lives of humankind by creating a world for themselves away from every other nation’s influence. It shows how an island with scientist, engineers and other people are helping bring tomorrow’s technology today.

This looks more like a PR video for Skell Tech and does its best to sell the ideas of Skell Tech to the audiences.

The second video, however, completely takes away all the illusion of Skell Tech and shows just how dangerous this company can be in the wrong hands, and through various trailers and the Open Beta, we know that Cole Walker is in possession of Skell Tech and in control of Auroa, the secluded island.

The second video shows the might of the Skell drones and how capable they are with Deep AI tech learning everything it can about the enemy. It also hacks into a couple of farming tractors and then unleashes hell on to a nearby highway which causes multiple casualties.

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Both these videos paint a different picture of Ghost Recon: Breakpoint which is interesting as you will be the deciding factor when you play the game. The early signs show a lot of potential for the game.

Developed by Ubisoft, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint is scheduled to be released on 4th October 2019 for PC, Xbox One and PS4.

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