Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint
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Developer: Ubisoft Paris
Content Rating: Mature
Become a Ghost, an Elite US Special Operations soldier, as you fight to survive against your brothers who have turned against you. Put yourself in the shoes of a Spec Ops soldier stranded behind enemy lines as you explore the massive open world. Create your own playstyle with a huge variety of classes, weapons, and equipment. Maintain all of your progress and rewards however you play, from solo to co-op or even PvP. The Sentinel Corp. Pack includes a Valor assault rifle, a Sentinel Mk.2 Assault set (helmet, vest, pants), and a Hammer Mk.2 digital vehicle. Want more? Upgrade to the Gold Edition, which includes the Year 1 Pass and three-day early access to the game.
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More than anything, it is frustrating. There are frustrating moments when you explore the world. There were frustrating moments when my immersion was interrupted by technical hiccups. There are frustrating moments when you realize the dressing of the story and the loot actually make it harder to stand out from other shooters. I don’t know about you, but I don’t play video games to get frustrated.
Ubisoft threw a bunch of disparate and conflicting ingredients into one big pot, and while the pot spewed out poisonous fumes and billowing smoke, they just turned away and served the dish to their customers anyway. If you’re looking for more Wildlands – but not as fun – and can ignore the needless and half-baked new mechanics and the unbelievably stupid AI, then you might still get some enjoyment out of Ghost Recon Breakpoint. But if you’re looking for a good, fun game- this ain’t it. Breakpoint is the worst game I’ve played since last year’s Fallout 76– at least it has NPCs though.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint seems to be trying to please everyone. Its slow-burn of a single-player story coexists with an open-world bombastic romp with friends, which leads into a play-everyday grind for PvP-rewards, faction and raid gear with seasonal content, and a realistically gritty wargame of survival. But almost every ingredient clashes with another, making them all feel a little more padded, underwhelming, or contradicting than they need to be. But fun can be salvaged if you focus on one or two of those and just limit your expectations.