Ghost Recon Breakpoint's First Raid Launches Soon

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Ubisoft has announced that Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint's first raid will kick off this Thursday. On Thanksgiving Day, you can experience a brand-new island in the Project Titan raid.

Project Titan is a four-player cooperative-only raid that's free for all Ghost Recon: Breakpoint owners. The only requirements to access the free piece of content is having a full squad of four and a minimum individual Gear Score of 150. Ubisoft said more information will become available when the raid goes live on Thursday.

The official Ghost Recon Twitter account shared a teaser video announcing Project Titan, alongside confirmation that the third-person looter-shooter is 50 percent off through December 2.

Earlier this month, Ubisoft outlined its November roadmap for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. November 12 brought two new faction missions and several gameplay changes in the Title Update 1.0.3. Ubisoft has yet to detail the game's Title Update 1.0.3.1, which is slated to arrive at the end of the month.

Not long after its October 4 launch, Ubisoft admitted that Ghost Recon: Breakpoint had "very disappointing" sales. Following this statement, the company detailed its plans for "a more radical and immersive version" of the game. Project Titan is part of what Ubisoft calls Episode 1 for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, which also includes the two previously mentioned updates, a Terminator crossover event, and more.

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