The Ubisoft is working for some time on a new update (2.0.5) for Ghost Recon Breakpoint. The company intended to release it in June, but this will not happen. Instead, the dev team decided to incorporate it into a major update (2.1.0) that will come in mid-July, with no specific date.
According to a publication on the official website , employees had to adapt to remote work thanks to the worldwide crisis caused by the coronavirus. Because of this, the best solution was to postpone the release of the patch until next month.
Ubi has also released a list of what’s new in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. The main one is the addition of allies controlled by artificial intelligence. See all below:
- AI-controlled allies
- Bug fixes and game quality improvements.
- Update on Gunsmith.
- Update in PvP.
- All fixes planned for patch 2.0.5, including the end of the DMR exploit.
- Other unannounced news.
Ubisoft concludes by stating that it is looking forward to the update and that it will continue to improve the Ghost Recon Breakpoint experience in the future. The shooter has been receiving special attention from the company, especially after the failure in the debut . In late March, for example, the company launched two free passes for the game .