Ubisoft Paris’ Two-Week Survey Is Giving Them Insights On What Needs Adjusted In Ghost Recon Breakpoint

Ubisoft Paris’ Two-Week Survey Is Giving Them Insights On What Needs Adjusted In Ghost Recon Breakpoint
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Ghost Recon Breakpoint was supposed to be an amazing and unique tactical shooter. Unfortunately when it launched back in October, it was received with mixed reviews. On one hand, the game’s setting — Aurora — was a fantastic island to explore and navigate. However, there were a bevvy of issues like a lack of enemy AI difficulty and major distinction between some of the previous games Ubisoft Paris has come out with recently.

The developer hasn’t given up on the game, though. They have since gone on to roll out a feedback system that lets fans voice their opinions on things they wish would change. The survey has been active for two weeks, and in that time, Ubisoft is seeing what the community is having issues with. On top of everyone’s list is the addition of AI teammates. That’s been a requested feature since launch, in fact. It makes sense. Being able to experience Aurora with a group of comrades would alleviate the often isolated feel that players have when not in a huge party with friends or strangers.


The addition of AI teammates isn’t a quick-fix according to Ubisoft, though. It will take them quite some time to include it in Breakpoint, so who knows how much longer fans will have to wait for this feature. Ubisoft did say a lot of the requested features are currently a work in progress, which is better than them not being introduced all together.

According to the two-week survey, Breakpoint players also want a strictly offline mode. This makes sense in a lot of ways. A lot of shooter games today have a single-player campaign where users don’t have to connect to the internet if they don’t want to. These experiences are more personal and perfect for those who enjoy gripping storylines and plot twists.

Unfortunately, there is no clear date on when an offline mode will be added either. Ubisoft simply said they’ll have to look into the matter. So where does this leave Breakpoint? Well, the survey is a step in the right direction. Ubisoft is doing everything they can to make this game better, even if that means re-hauling it completely over the next couple of months.

For now, fans will just have to wait patiently as Ubisoft decides where to focus its efforts. Hopefully, they can pull it out and make Breakpoint an amazing tactical shooter experience. There is still hope yet.