A new Ghost Recon game is reportedly in development and has been for over a year.
According to Kotaku, the next mainline Ghost Recon game could launch as early as fiscal year 2023 and will be codenamed Over. Not much other information is currently available about a new Ghost Recon.
Ubisoft experimented with NFTs for Ghost Recon Breakpoint through its Quartz initiative. The response to it was mostly negative. Strategic Innovations Lab, the team behind Quartz, has reportedly been silent since then.
Last year Ubisoft also unveiled Ghost Recon Frontline, a free live service game. Kotaku reports that a negative internal playtest earlier this year caused the project to be rolled back, so it’s unlikely to launch anytime soon.
Another Ubisoft project, codenamed Pathfinder, is also reportedly in the works. It’s reportedly similar to Ubisoft’s battle royale Hyper Scape, but “more cartoonish”. Hyper Scape and Ghost Recon Breakpoint weren’t received too well and it seems like Ubisoft is moving on as Hyper Scape’s servers will be shutting down later this month and Breakpoint will no longer receive new content.
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