Controversial Ubisoft Ghost Recon Frontline has seen its closed tests on PC delayed. Slated to start tomorrow for EU players, it’s now coming later. The official Twitter did not provide much detail except that a new date would be shared “as soon as we can” and that the team was “committed to creating the best possible experience.”
Ghost Recon Frontline Announced during the franchise’s 20th anniversary celebration and is a free fight royale shooter. It supports over 100 players in Expedition games with groups of three working together and completing different intelligence objectives. Once enough intelligence is gathered, teams can pull off the map, although other squads are warned of their location and may be suspended.
Of course, due to its PvP-focused nature and its more action-heavy approach, Ghost Recon Frontline immediately panned, collecting hefty nasty things on his publishing video. It is currently under development for Xbox Series X / S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, PC, Google Stadia and Amazon Luna. Stay tuned for more details in the coming days.
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