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Ubisoft Reveals Fix Plans For Ghost Recon Breakpoint

Ubisoft has revealed its plans to fix ‘Ghost Recon Breakpoint’. Image Source: Bang Showbiz The studio has responded to the poor reaction – bot critically and in terms of sales – the game faced at launch, and the company has now promised bug fixes, improved in-game economy, overhauls of the system and more. In a […]

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Ubisoft has revealed its plans to fix ‘Ghost Recon Breakpoint’.

Image Source: Bang Showbiz

The studio has responded to the poor reaction – bot critically and in terms of sales – the game faced at launch, and the company has now promised bug fixes, improved in-game economy, overhauls of the system and more.

In a new post on the title’s official website, Ubisoft wrote:

“While these first weeks have been rougher than expected, we are taking your feedback to heart.

“We deeply care about this game, the ‘Ghost Recon’ franchise and you, our community of players, and are committed to improving it.”

There will be two updates focused on technical improvements which will be released net month.

The first – which is due mid-November – will address Drone deployment, NVGs blocking crosshairs, fire rate and Mission Completion notifications.

There will be a second update by the end of the month which promises “further improvements and updates on the most pressing community feedback”.

Meanwhile, Ubisoft reassured gamers it will work on other heavily criticised area, including in-game economy and giving players greater choice with decision decisions.

The studio added:

“One of the key elements of our vision for ‘Ghost Recon’ is to immerse our fans in a gritty and authentic military experience.

“In line with this vision and the feedback we received, we are working on a more radical and immersive version of ‘Ghost Recon Breakpoint.’ “

Furthermore, Ubisoft also confirmed its commitment to the upcoming AI teammate feature.

The company said:

“We know that we have a lot of work ahead of us to get the game where you want it to be, and that not everything will be addressed or released as fast as all of you might like.

“Big changes can take time to make sure they are done right, but we still want to be as transparent as we can about the current state of development… This is only the beginning and we look forward to the future together.”