portal kotaku Citing his sources, he shared the details of Ubisoft’s plans for the next part of the tactical action game Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon and clarified the lack of news about Ghost Recon Frontline.
According to Kotaku, Breakpoint’s sequel, Ghost Recon, codenamed OVER, has been in development for over 12 months and may go on sale in fiscal year 2023 (i.e., by April 2024).
Journalists note that the name OVER first appeared in an information leak from GeForce Now servers – even from Ubisoft successfully removed the list of leaked games via a DMCA complaint.
As for Ghost Recon Frontline, after internal testing earlier this year, the free-to-play battle royale developers decided to send the game into a reboot. The release, apparently, is better not to wait in the near future.
Ubisoft did not respond to Kotaku’s requests for comment, but confirmed that it had no plans to add new NFTs to Breakpoint after content support ended, but work about their implementation in other games.
One of Kotaku’s whistleblowers also confirmed the release details of Pathfinder, which is said to be in development on a new twist on Ubisoft’s royal battle theme. However, the source is not sure that the project will see the light of day.
According to insider Tom Henderson, Ubisoft has about 20 games in the pipeline, including a sequel to Immortals Fenyx Rising, an Ori-style Prince of Persia, and The Crew 3 (aka Project Orlando).