New Ghost Recon Game Rumoured to be in Full Development With View to Possible 2023 Release

New Ghost Recon Game Rumoured to be in Full Development With View to Possible 2023 Release

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Richard Walker

With support coming to an end for Ghost Recon Breakpoint, it seems that Ubisoft has moved on to the next entry in the Tom Clancy series, with an entirely new chapter currently in full development, according to a report.

Kotaku has the scoop, reporting that a new Ghost Recon has been in the works for more than a year under the codename ‘OVER’, with a view to potentially launch sometime next year. Presumably, this will be entirely separate from Ghost Recon Frontline, the free-to-play, large-scale PvP title for 100 players announced last October, set within the same universe and totally not a battle royale. Apparently.

In the meantime, Ubisoft has pledged to keep its servers for both Ghost Recon Wildlands and Ghost Recon Breakpoint maintained and running, with Frontline and XDefiant also both on the cards for Tom Clancy fans. Will the new Ghost Recon, being made under the ‘OVER’ codename be in a similar vein to Wildlands and Breakpoint? We'll have to wait and see.

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  • Lose the open world crap. Back the the roots. Like Advanced Warfighter or something. Single player, level based missions. Squad Controls and tactics. Complete the campaign, done, the end.
  • Dont add lot mechanics, dont have a gear level system, and dont fucking add NFTs.
  • @blkenny72, this'd be great if they dumped the open world BS and all the trappings that come with an open world game that makes it lack so much depth. However, Ubisoft is too full of themselves and think they know better about what gamers want out of the Clancy franchises. Plus, their copy/paste formula makes it too easy for them to ever really want to put any effort into a game.
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