Ubisoft has postponed the start of testing its Ghost Recon 2 game. Only a few short weeks ago, Ubisoft announced the first technical test. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline Ubisoft stated Wednesday that this delay has been indefinitely.
Ubisoft’s announcement of the delay was extremely vague, offering no reason other than that a delay was the best choice and that the “development team is dedicated to creating the best experience possible.”
That said, the decision doesn’t come as much of a surprise given fans’ negative response to the game’s announcement. Ghost Recon FrontlineThis is a free-to-play, 100-player shooter game that draws inspiration from battle royale. This means that it is different from Ghost Recon’s slow-paced tactical squad-based action.
Many fans were dissatisfied with Ubisoft’s approach to the Ghost Recon series, both on YouTube and on subreddit Ghost Recon. Despite fans’ dissatisfaction, there’s still no indication from Ubisoft as to whether or not the the game will change directions. Polygon reached Ubisoft to get more details.
At the moment, however, there is no clear future. Ghost Recon Frontline remains uncertain. According to Ubisoft’s announcement, the developer will share the new date for the closed test when it has one.
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