Players who own the game can invite up to three trial players for co-op sessions.
Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint is still very much alive and kicking. It recently received the new immersive experience, which offers different modifiers for realism, and brought back Splinter Cell’s Sam Fisher for Episode 2: Deep State. If you skipped the game at launch, there’s a new free trial available that allows for six hours of playtime.
This comes after the past free weekend and if you have time remaining from that, it can be used in the trial. Furthermore, there’s a new Friend Pass option which allows for inviting up to three friends to join your game session. Even if they don’t own the game, they can still experience all the content (you still need the trial version to be invited though).
If that weren’t enough, any time spent playing through the Friend Pass won’t affect the trial version’s time and progress will carry over if you purchase the full game. The Friend Pass is currently live until June 16th. Stay tuned for further updates and changes to Ghost Recon Breakpoint in the coming weeks.