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Ubisoft Will No Longer Support Ghost Recon Breakpoint With Content

Ubisoft Will No Longer Support Ghost Recon Breakpoint With Content
Ubisoft has decided to stop supporting Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint with new content.
However, server support for Ghost Recon Breakpoint and Ghost Recon : Wildlands will continue.
The developers remembered that in two years they managed to release more than 11 updates, including a crossover with Sam Fisher from Splinter Cell , an “immersive” mode and several story adventures .
Ubisoft thanked fans for their support and noted that the feedback will help shape the future of the franchise.
Recall that at the end of last year, Ubisoft introduced a platform for trading NFT tokens and introduced the first tokens in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. However, the company faced a backlash from users and was only able to sell 15 NFTs in a week.
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