Ubisoft finished the development of Ghost Recon Breakpoint yesterday, but apparently players can get ready for another project related to this IP. The title, codenamed “Over”, is to be developed by the main team of the French studio.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint will no longer receive new content , but that doesn’t mean Ubisoft is to abandon the Ghost Recon brand entirely. Kotaku editors received information from two sources that confirm the development of a new game related to this IP.
“The next installment of Ghost Recon, codenamed OVER, which was originally unveiled by Nvidia, has been in development for over a year and may appear as early as fiscal year 2023, reports Kotaku sources.”
Work on the title is underway, but quite unexpectedly, the French corporation announced Ghost Recon Frontline last year on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the brand – a free production reminiscent of Call of Duty Warzone was strongly criticized by players. According to journalists, the title received a lot of negative feedback during internal testing and has been reset, so it will not make its debut anytime soon.
Kotaku recalls that the Ghost Recon brand has suffered not only from the problems of Ghost Recon Breakpoint, but also from ill-considered decisions from the NFT. While the company announced today that it intends to continue offering its products in future games , it is reportedly currently at least “the team behind Quartz has become silent within the company after initial reactions to the controversial experiment . “
Nevertheless, NFT is still to be considered at Ubisoft and the company is recruiting more blockchain specialists.
Currently, according to Kotaku, we can expect the announcement of the new Ghost Recon, and at the same time the journalist emphasizes that he has heard about the project called “Pathfinder” , which Tom Hendersen reported in recent days. According to the latest report, the project exists, but Kotaku’s source is not sure if the title will make its debut.