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If you missed out on the opportunity to play Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s closed beta then you’ve got one more shot at demoing whether it’s the game for you. An open beta test for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint will run from September 26th to the 29th, and this time it’s opening up to everyone, whether you pre-order or not.
We're all set for a weekend sneaking around in the woods playing soldiers because the Ghost Recon Breakpoint closed beta is now live and kicking.
Fresh from shifting a mighty impressive 15 million copies of Wildlands, Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon series is back. The Ghost Recon Breakpoint closed beta test is running this weekend, open to those who pre-order the game as well a select few who've been sent invites. It's our best opportunity yet to get hands on with GR: Breakpoint and see how both the game and its performance are shaking up in the run-up to its October 4th launch.
Epic Games may struggle with content roadmaps but Ubisoft certainly doesn’t. The French publisher is a well oiled content machine these days, and Ghost Recon Breakpoint is set to fare no different.
Sneakily becoming one of the biggest commercial hits of 2017, Ghost Recon Wildlands is set to get a grand successor when Ghost Recon Breakpoint arrives on October 4th. For those who want the best version of Ghost Recon Breakpoint, PC is naturally going to be the best place to play. Ubisoft will be providing native 4K resolution support, an uncapped frame rate, ultra-wide and multi-monitor support. The full package then, although taking a look at Ghost Recon Breakpoint's PC specs you're going to need a very powerful gaming PC to take advantage of all of this.
Ubisoft is a publisher which certainly hasn't disappointed at E3 in recent years. With EA throwing the towel in, all eyes are on Ubisoft to see what this multiplatform giant can deliver in terms of announcements.
The one and only John Bernthal from The Walking Dead is the start of the show in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s new We Are Wolves 4K Gameplay Trailer. Calling it gameplay seems like a mighty stretch to us though, as this looks about as much like pre-rendered cutscenes as it gets.
As expected, Ubisoft revealed Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, the next installment in the Ghost Recon franchise and continuing in much the same vein as 2017’s Ghost Recon Wildlands.

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