Ubisoft’s been having a tough time with its latest Tom Clancy titles. In fact, things have been going so badly that it’s completely reshuffled its management structure behind-the-scenes. While that will have an impact on upcoming games, it still has a bunch of underperforming entries in its arsenal, and so it’s doing everything it can to get them into players’ hands.
You may a remember a recent fire sale on The Division 2 reduced its price to a couple of dollars in the United States, and now it’s announced incentives to try and boost Ghost Recon: Breakpoint’s playerbase. It all starts with a new six-hour trial, available now on the PlayStation Store. This includes access to the release’s latest expansion, which features Splinter Cell’s Sam Fisher.
There’s more: if you own the full game then you’ll be able to utilise a feature called the Friend Pass through 16th June in order to invite three other buddies into your co-op session for free. All your pals need to do is download the abovementioned trial and accept your game invitation. Co-op playtime registered as part of the Friend Pass will not count towards the six hours trial.