Face your toughest enemies ever, the Wolves, a lethal ex-US military unit gone rogue, ready to use the most effective killing machines to take you down. Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint hits consoles and the PC on October 4th, 2019.
It's worth mentioning that valid preorders for any version of Ghost Recon Breakpoint will include access to the game's early beta as well as a special bundle that offers the Hammer Mk.
So to summarise, even if you plan on sitting down, relaxed and determined to play Breakpoint's singleplayer campaign, but don't have your internet connection for some reason, you're screwed.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint is a military shooter set in a diverse, hostile, and mysterious open world that you can play entirely solo or in four-player co-op. You will also be able to pick up injured comrades or dead enemies to move them out of sight.
To guarantee your spot for the beta testing, all you need to do is pre-order the game now.
They will also be able to choose among thousands of customization combinations to create their flawless Ghost, and keep their character and progression through the game in both the main campaign and Player-versus-player (PvP), available at launch.
The Gold Edition will include the base game and the Year 1 Pass. For PC players, the game will be available through their own Uplay storefront, and the Epic Games Store. These games, including Breakpoint, will still actually require Uplay to launch alongside the Epic Games Store. Those who purchase either of the below editions will gain access to the game three days early.
If this leak turns out to be legit, and to be honest, it sure looks that way, then Ghost Recon Breakpoint will follow on from the latest Operation Oracle DLC mission in Wildlands. Some features may not be available at launch.
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