Ghost Recon Breakpoint had a lot of potential when it was first teased. The setting – an isolated island now controlled by an elite group of soldiers known as wolves – was very captivating. His openness and Jon Bernthal being the main antagonist also showed a lot of promise. Unfortunately, the game has been plagued by problems since its initial launch.
Ubisoft Paris just hasn’t been able to provide a completely refined tactical shooting experience, which certainly prevented Breakpoint from breaking into 2019. It’s a new year and it could mean a new start for this tactical shooter. This is the plan according to Ubisoft.
Ghost Recon Breakpointâ€™s New Immersive Mode Coming This Month Should Make The Tactical Shooter Better In Many Departments
They are rolling out the new immersive mode on March 24. There are only a few weeks left. If you have suspended the game purchase or stopped until the necessary adjustments are made to the gameplay and various features, March 24th is definitely worth writing on your calendar.
According to developer notes, immersive mode brings all kinds of improvements that could very well save Breakpoint and help it reach
a commercial success as Ubisoft had initially hoped. These improvements are things the community has recommended.
Ubisoft organized a few trial periods during which users could provide information on aspects that they did not like. The goal was – according to Ubisoft – to listen to the community and implement the changes that it asked for the most. It is definitely a good start.
In terms of specific improvements, there are a few things to watch out for. One of the most important concerns equipment scores and multi-level loot. These elements