The game, which will refocus on traditional battle royale battles, was announced last week.
Ubisoft has decided to jump back into the pool with Ghost Recon: Frontline. A delivery within the Tom Clancy universe that recovers his attempts to become battle royale through slightly more renewed proposals. However, it seems that its development is suffering some pitfalls, since its testing phase, dated October 14, will be delayed.
The development team is focused on creating the best possible experienceUbisoftThis has been communicated by Ubisoft through the Ghost Recon: Frontline account on Twitter. A piece of news that has been accompanied by the company’s goal of “create the best possible experienceSo, without much more information in the statement, the date of the testing phase of the game stays in the air, although the title will be officially launched on October 21.
For now, Ghost Recon: Frontline will continue to premiere on October 21Continuing with the full release of the game, the developer does not specify if this delay also affects the release date of Ghost Recon: Frontline, so it is expected that the game will hit the market the day initially estimated. Therefore, it seems that we will have to wait a few more days to see the first sensations of Ghost Recon: Frontline, which proposes a challenge in the battle royale style, but with refocused objectives to provide a different experience for the players.
For the moment, and if Ubisoft doesn’t change its mind, we can enjoy Ghost Recon: Frontline on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series from October 21. A battle against 100 players to escape from an island that will attract the attention of anyone looking for a different battle royal. In this sense, we have already formulated a slight opinion that you can know in our first impressions of Ghost Recon: Frontline, which has given us some good vibes.
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