Ubisoft Announced A New PVP Ghost Recon Game, With A Closed Test Coming Soon

For the 20th anniversary of one of Tom Clancy’s iconic series, Ghost Recon, Ubisoft has announced that the will be making a new game that puts emphasis on the player-vs-player aspect of the series.

Developed by Ubisoft Bucharest, Ghost Recon Frontline is a 100 player first-person shooter with the unique twist that perhaps might make it standout from the other games within the “Battle Royale” scene.

And that is the absence of the impending circle which makes the battle arena smaller when the player count is reduce. Yeah, those doesn’t exist in Ghost Recon.

Instead, it takes inspiration from another Tom Clancy series, specifically The Division and it’s Dark Zone rules. Where your team will gather intel, head towards a drop-zone and begin an extraction process, which leads to players convening on your location for them to extract and take you out as well. All very chaotic really.

But that’s not all, as part of this celebration, players can also get the first game of the series, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon, for free on Ubisoft Connect. Along with two DLCs for Ghost Recon Wildlands and Breakpoint.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline will have a close beta for Europe players starting October 14 till October 21 on PC. And it will launch for PlayStation and Xbox consoles too.

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