Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon is twenty years old, and Ubisoft couldn’t leave this wonderful occasion without a word. However, they did more than that, as tonight’s premiere revealed the next chapter in the series, putting an unusual turn in the direction of seasonally updated Battle Royale games.
Although the developers have avoided the term Battle Royale a lot, it would be hard to deny the inspiration for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Frontline. Aside from the single-player focus, Ubisoft Bucharest’s development promises more than a hundred online battles with a free-to-play business model, but we don’t have to say goodbye to the tactical gameplay that is the trademark of the series.
In the central game mode called Expedition, we can explore the huge open map in teams of three by searching for information packs and other players. Once we complete our special mission, we can unleash a wheel at the nearest helicopter landing, but that won’t be a trivial task, thanks to our rival players. The game, which uses a variety of operators and cults, will apparently build on a live service model, with developers already talking about new content coming seasonally.
If you want to be among the first to experience Ghost Recon: Frontline, sign up for the game’s website – the first beta round begins on October 14th!
20th Anniversary Gifts
Today’s presentation was not only about Frontline – the developers of Ubisoft, looking at the past, also remembered the previous parts of the series, which made them want to make a donation. Until October 11, we have access to three Ghost Recon packages: on PC (Ubisoft Connect) is the first part of the series, and if you’re already a Wildlands or Breakpoint player, you can get the DLC (Fallen Ghosts, Deep State) bundle. In any case, Breakpoint players should definitely keep their eyes open, because the game, which is constantly updated to this day, will soon receive its latest chapter, Operation: Motherland.
So this was booked by Ubisoft’s broadcast tonight. If you want to watch the entire show, click here.
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