I bring bad news for co-op shooters Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breaking Point. Ubisoft looking at today that We do not intend to release any further updates For this shooter that was launched over two and a half years ago. However, the game servers will still be activeSo you can have fun with your friends.
We don’t know the reasons for the company’s decision, but it’s easy to guess Despite eleven major updates, we haven’t been able to improve the community’s perception of the game much. Previously Her first review It did not inspire optimism, when the state was Ghost Recon: Breaking Point Verified by Players – Average User Ratings Metacritic.com Equals 2.8 out of 10 (on PC) Speaks for itself – one can talk about it commercial failure.
All disadvantages and some advantages Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breaking Point Included in our review:
Finding the reasons
Ubisoft co-founder and CEO, Yves Guillemot, said the company has not used the game’s capabilities, including. by “Poor implementation of its innovative elements” or “insufficient number of factors characterizing the internal features” of production. Despite this, Ubisoft has gone to the extra mile to salvage the game – plus add immersive mode for help he came So he’s known about him Splinter Cell series Sam Fisher – But he doesn’t seem to be doing much.
Final major update received Ghost Recon: Breaking PointReleased November 2021 motherland operation. Although the sly would say the final nail in the game’s coffin was Introduction her nft – which turned out to be both failed Trademarkswhat or what salesLet’s add.
Lesson – but is it really?
With all this in mind, it’s hard to be surprised by the news of Ubisoft’s decision. In fact, you might be surprised that the ship is summoned Ghost Recon: Breaking Point She remained on her feet for a long time – Longer than most Electronic Arts games. And that’s though Lesson – Because that’s what you should call it – It was meant to induce French for policy changes to create gamesSo far, there is no indication that the company has chosen a completely different business philosophy.
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