Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s next update has been delayed
Ubisoft has announced that it is delaying the release of Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s 1.1.0 update.
The update was due to release on December 18th, but will now launch in the latter half of January to give the development team time to “ensure its quality.”
“In our December Update we announced that we would have our next TU, 1.1.0, live on the 18th. After careful consideration by the development team, we are choosing to delay the release of the TU until the latter half of January to ensure its quality,” Ubisoft wrote on its forums. “Our goal is to deliver you polished content and meaningful bug fixes, to do that we need a little more time.”
Update 1.1.0 was announced earlier this month and will include improvements to enemy AI, the basejump mechanic and night vision goggles. The update will also stop enemies from shouting when getting hit by a headshot.
This delay also means that the Terminator Live Event will now launch in the new year. The upcoming event features a new narrative arc with the T-800 Terminator as an enemy. Players who complete the live event missions will receive exclusive rewards, including new weapons, attachments, vehicles, and customization items.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
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