Ubisoft’s controversial Ghost Recon Frontline has seen its closed tests on PC delayed. Slated to begin tomorrow for EU players, it’s now coming later. The official Twitter didn’t provide many details except that a new date would be shared “as soon as we can” and that the team is “dedicated to creating the best experience possible.”
Ghost Recon Frontline was announced during the franchise’s 20th anniversary celebration and is a free to play, battle royale shooter. It supports over 100 players in Expedition matches with groups of three teaming together and completing different objectives for intel. Once enough intel is collected, teams can then extract from the map, though other squads are alerted to their location and can stop them.
Of course, due to its PvP-focused nature and more action-heavy approach, Ghost Recon Frontline was immediately panned, garnering hefty dislikes on its announcement video. It’s currently in development for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, PC, Google Stadia and Amazon Luna. Stay tuned for more details in the coming days.
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