Ghost Recon New Game

Apparently, Ubisoft has a new Ghost Recon game in development — a game that isn't Ghost Recon Frontline. This is according to a report from Kotaku, which cites anonymous sources. Supposedly, this new project is codenamed 'OVER', and it was part of the big Nvidia leak that happened back in September. Up until this point, the leak has been shockingly accurate with regards to a number of recently announced games.

Anyway, it's possible that 'OVER' could launch as early as fiscal year 2023, because it's apparently been in the works for over 12 months. Again, 'OVER' is not Frontline — the "massive" player-versus-player shooter that Ubisoft announced in October. The report says Frontline has actually been "reset" because of the negative feedback Ubisoft received upon its reveal.

And of course, this news follows on from Ubisoft officially dropping support for the latest Ghost Recon title, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. We would assume that 'OVER' is another co-op focused, open world Ghost Recon game in the mould of Breakpoint and its predecessor, Wildlands, but we'll have to wait and see.

Clearly, Ubisoft is in a bit of a pickle with Ghost Recon these days. Breakpoint was met with much criticism from fans when it launched in 2019, but to be fair to the developer, it did rework a lot of the game through free updates — the last of which arrived in late 2021.

What would you want from a new Ghost Recon game? More Wildlands? Or something completely different? Dream of active camo in the comments section below.