As you may have already heard, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint hasn't been the smash hit that Ubisoft wanted it to be. Last week, the publisher went on record saying that initial reception and sales have been disappointing, but it also said that it was committed to improving the game over time.
Today, the team behind Breakpoint has reiterated that point and given us a few more details on the subject. Over the next couple of months, updates will be released to hopefully help transform the open world shooter into a better overall experience. The developer says that technical performance is a priority, and that heading into November, a patch will address a number of key concerns.
On top of that, the team's looking into the in-game economy, which has been heavily criticised due to the sheer amount of microtransactions available. AI teammates are also still in the works, but Ubisoft says that this addition will take some time to get right.
Last but certainly not least, the team says that it's "working on a more radical and immersive version of Ghost Recon: Breakpoint". It's a vague statement, but it's clear that big changes are being looked at. The official blog post also makes mention of players being critical of the game's survival and loot systems. It honestly sounds like the developer may be going back to the drawing board when it comes to certain elements of the release.
What do you make of this? Are you a fan of Breakpoint, or are you now waiting to see what happens with all these updates? Stick close to your squad in the comments section below.