Today (13) Ubisoft announced that it will indefinitely postpone testing Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Front Line, the newly announced free game that will bring together 100 players in PVP competitions.
The company did not go into details of the decision, saying only that the postponement would have been the best option at that time. “Our development team is dedicated to creating the best possible experience,” the company said in announcing the postponement of technical testing of the game.
output from Ghost Recon Frontline It was revealed last week, when Ubi presented the concept for the game. One of its most notable features will be the exploration mode, which will divide 100 players into three teams who must face each other in competition to complete the dynamic objectives. The event will take place on Drakemoor Island, on an open world map with different biomes.
According to Kotaku, the announcement of the game was not well accepted by the community, with part of the fans reacting negatively to the new game. For them, though bearing the title “Ghost Recon“, front lineHe will, in fact, move away from the style of the series, leaving aside the slower, more tactical gameplay, focusing on team interaction, choosing to follow a more action-and-shooting path common in the battle royale genre.
Players expressed their dissatisfaction with the game in both YouTube comments and subreddit Ghost Recon, where they complained about the direction Ubi is going in the series. It is unclear whether the test postponed front line It comes down to the situation, and there are also no indications that the producer will choose to change the style of the new game.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Front Line Its release date has yet to be decided and it will have versions for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S and PC.
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