The military shooter Ghost Recon Breakpoint has reached the end of its development. From now on there will be no more new content. The team says goodbye with a statement.
This is the state of the game: As of now, Ubisoft will no longer release content updates for its Ghost Recon Breakpoint shooter. The last four months have focused on the last major piece of content for Operation Motherland. But now it’s over. Approximately two and a half years after release, there is no further development.
Here’s the team’s statement and how it went recently with Breakpoint.
“We hope you continue having fun”
What the team says: Ubisoft developers posted a statement on Twitter:
First of all, we want to thank you for all the love and support you have given to the game. In the last 2 years, we have released over 11 updates and supported several unique initiatives. From the Ghost Experience, the return of the AI team members, Spec Ops with Sam Fisher, working with the R6 Operators on Operation Amber Sky, and most recently our Plant a Tree project, we’ve been busy creating additional content for Ghost. Recon. Add breakpoint.
Over the past four months, we’ve released our final batch of content: the new Operation Motherland mode, tons of new items, including iconic 20th anniversary outfits and quartz items for Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
We will continue to maintain our servers for Ghost Recon Wildlands and Ghost Recon Breakpoint and we really hope you continue to enjoy the game as you have fun playing solo or co-op with your friends.
On behalf of the entire Ghost Recon team, we want to thank you again for your continued support and love of the franchise. Your feedback on Ghost Recon Breakpoint has been very helpful and will help shape the future of the franchise.
Until next time Ghosts
In the comments, many appreciate the game and the experience they were able to get with it. write like this @_Hunk_1992: “Thanks for making the game. It was my #breakpoint to enter the franchise. I will be very attentive to the news in the future. It is difficult to say goodbye, but thank you!”
Username @dementiaGmg writes: “I have to say it was a disaster at first, but it got better and better over time and I ended up really enjoying it. I liked the RPG features, you could customize your play style to your liking. Maybe I’ll come back to see what’s been added since I stopped playing.”
What happened recently at Breakpoint? In December 2021, news broke that Breakpoint now wants to trust NFTs. A controversial addition to the game that caused much discussion. This means the quartz items that Ubisoft also mentioned in the release.
Just a few weeks later, the competition was laughing at the dismal profits from NFTs. This content is also discussed in the statement on Twitter. One user writes that Breakpoint was so good until they tried to force NFTs into the game. That was really disappointing.
Should we try the game now? MeinMMO author Maik Schneider saw Ghost Recon Breakpoint in January 2021. He had been following and keeping an eye on the game since its chaotic launch. The takeaway from him: Ubisoft’s biggest flop of 2019 is now a really good shooter. Find out in the article whether the shooter is now also worthwhile for you.