It is without a doubt that Ubisoft’s latest game Ghost Recon: Breakpoint did not meet the expectations of the developers or even the players worldwide. For a game that had so many elemental aspects to it and immersive gameplay, it lacked a core idea that did not bring players to the game. Now the developers have released a statement saying that they are working on an overhaul of the game.
Ubisoft has released a statement via a blog in which they claim to be working off on the feedback they have been receiving from the community, the blog goes on to state that the changes will be made to almost every aspect of the game.
Ghost Recon: Badlands was a much better and successful game when compared to Breakpoint and this is what draws much of the criticism towards Ubisoft. For a developer who has been delivering consistently good content, a lackluster performance damaged the reputation.
The first update is going to be released in mid-November which will focus more on fixes on the Drone deployment, on changing the fire rate, on NVGs blocking crosshairs and on the Mission Completion notification pop-up.
Another update will follow it during the final days of November which will further improve things, and these updates will hopefully fix the issues lingering in the game.
The performance of Ghost Recon: Breakpoint directly puts pressure on the development of Watch Dogs 3 which is about to be released early next year and Ubisoft will certainly have to pull up their socks.
Developed by Ubisoft, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is available for PC, Xbox One and PS4.