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Ubisoft Ends Support for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint

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Ubisoft officially announced the end of support Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpointthe latest installment in a series notorious for its disastrous launch and for being the first AAA game to use NFT, with apparently very little success.

The message, published on the franchise’s official Twitter account, begins by thanking the fans for the love given to the game. Over eleven major updates have been released to Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint over the past two years, and several unique initiatives such as the Ghost Experience, the return of AI-led comrades, Splinter Cell protagonist Sam Fisher’s involvement in Spec Ops, and also Rainbow Six operatives in Operation Amber Sky.

The latest update is the Operation Motherland mode, released over the past few months, linked to the NFT platform Quartz, which has generated huge controversy.

Ubisoft promises to keep Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint and Wildlands servers active, but there will be no major fixes from now on, so there will be no new content.

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