Ubisoft announces Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline, a free-to-play battle royale game with elements of other genres. The game will be released on an undisclosed date for Windows, Stadia, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline will be the first battle royale in the Tom Clancy universe, although the game also uses items that are not standard in the sub-genre. For example, players compete in teams with two fellow players Intel Corporation And they should try to keep the map alive with it. Other players can steal the extraction helicopter needed to make their way with the loot. Therefore, there are multiple ways to win in the respective exploration mode, while battle royale games usually require the last players to be alive. In addition, the teams consist of a variety of contractors and individual soldiers with their skills, weapons, and tools.
In addition to the main battle royale mode, Frontline also offers other game modes and reports Tweakers Editor Jurian Ubachs After a presentation from Ubisoft. In the control mode, two teams of nine players compete for control of certain areas. Once again, contractors, each with their own skills and capabilities, play an important role.
Ghost Recon Frontline is still in development and will be playable during an open beta test later this month, although it is not yet known which platforms will have access to the game. A final release date has not been announced.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline is technically the first free battle royale game in the Ghost Recon universe. Ubisoft previously released a free game called Ghost Recon Online, which later turned into Ghost Recon Phantoms. This multiplayer shooter was launched after more than four years Taken offline. It was last summer Tom Clancy’s XDefiant announced. Once again, it was a free-to-play multiplayer shooter, this time more competitive, with elements of Ghost Recon, Splinter Cell, and The Division in one game. Finally, in 2020, the French publisher made its first attempt at the popular batteroya genre with the free game Hyper Scape. This title can live up to Ubisoft’s expectations In their own words do not live up to It has been in development for a year now.
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