The same can be said about Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, if you swap ‘Mediterranean’ for ‘Technology Island’, only the additional systems render this one kinda… lame. As lame as a spec ops operative with a leg wound limping for the treeline while firing a handgun over his shoulder.
Last night Ubisoft announced (officially) the newest entry in their open-world Ghost Recon series. Titled Ghost Recon Breakpoint, the sequel to 2017’s Ghost Recon Wildlands will transport players to a fictional location to do battle with some fictional weapons. And, yeah, and the Punisher.
It’s been a long time and a lot of hours between the private beta of The Division 2 and our (eventual) review of the final game. There were massive downloads to contend with — never fun for South African players — and a little launch day shakiness. But we managed to get through it all and liberate Washington DC. In a manner of speaking, because the game’s only just begun.
The Assassin’s Creed series has been running, in multiple formats, since 2007. Twelve years is a long time to be doing anything and yet, Ubisoft have managed to find ways to keep players and fans engaged. Whether it’s multiple platforms and game types, comic books and graphic novels, and even motion pictures, there’s a lot of stuff out there for fans. And now there’s one more: Assassin’s Creed Symphony.
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There’s a shorter tale and lighter character development than we’re used to from the series, but there’s nonetheless great fun to be had from causing mayhem.
Stuff had a chance to muck around in the squad-based shooter’s Private Beta over the weekend and this is the information we managed to salvage. Not a fan of long-form reading? The basic notes point to one thing: The Division 2 should be on your radar.
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