Ghost Recon: Breakpoint 2021 Roadmap Includes Biggest-Ever Operation

The 2019 game is still getting more updates in 2021.

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Delivering on its promise to continue to support Ghost Recon Breakpoint in 2021, Ubisoft has now outlined what's coming to the military shooter this year.

Coming up first is a new 4.0.0 title update this spring that focuses on how players interact with AI teammates. This includes "a new progression system," along with more customization options and other features requested by players.

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Title update 4.1.0 will follow this fall, and it is "one of the biggest operations so far," Ubisoft said. No further details were shared, however.

Breakpoint originally released in October 2019 and has been steadily growing and being improved upon since then. In the game's first year, Ubisoft added new story DLC, while AI companions came to the game as part of another big update. There was also a crossover event with another popular Ubisoft game, Rainbow Six Siege.

If you're just getting into Breakpoint, now is a good time, as the game is discounted nicely to only $15 USD. The game's Year 1 Pass--which includes the Deep State and Transcendence expansions--is also on sale for $16.

Breakpoint isn't the only 2019 Ubisoft game that's still getting new content in 2021. Ubisoft also pledged to continue to support an even older game, The Division 2, with more content in 2021.

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