Ghost Recon: Breakpoint’s Title Update 2.0.5–which was targeting a June launch for PC, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and Xbox One–has been delayed, developer Ubisoft Paris confirmed. The studio is now folding that patch into the larger 2.1.0 update that’s supposed to arrive sometime in mid-July.
According to a recent developer update, the 2.1.0 patch will come with tons of game changes–some previously outlined in a roadmap the studio shared back in April. This includes various bug fixes and quality-of-life improvements, the next Gunsmith and PvP updates, any planned adjustments from Title Update 2.0.5 (including the DMR exploit), and more. Most notably, the 2.1.0 update will also include the release of AI squadmates, one of the game’s most-requested features. Ubisoft said the decision to delay TU 2.0.5 and fold it into the 2.1.0 patch was because its developers are working from home now due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier this year, Ubisoft launched the “more radical and immersive” version of Ghost Recon Breakpoint on PC, PlayStation 4, Stadia, and Xbox One. The free update brought in two new modes of play: the long-awaited Immersive Mode and Custom, which allows you to set the rules for your adventure.
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