Ghost Recon Breakpoint – The Terminator Event Trailer Features New Vehicles, Killer Robots

Team up with Rasa Aldwin and battle a horde of deadly T-800s.

Posted By | On 28th, Jan. 2020

Ghost Recon Breakpoint - The Terminator event

A new trailer is out for the upcoming Terminator event in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. And instead of dealing with one T-800, players will have to fight a bunch of them who eat bullets for breakout. Check out the trailer below for yourself.

The first mission of the event goes live today and ends on February 6th. It sees players meeting Rasa Aldwin who claims to be from a rather terrifying future. It’s not long before you take on a daily mission to take down some T-800s. Fortunately, Rasa will lend you her weapon to help. Mission 2 will arrive on February 1st.

Other new items include two free vehicles – the Starfield X4 Terminator and the RT5 Shepherd Terminator; the Uzi; and several cosmetics and attachments. Out of 23 items, 12 can be purchased with Skell Credits. What does the future hold especially when an army of T-800s is in the works? We’ll find out when the event goes live.


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