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Discover Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Frontline, a new free-to-play, tactical-action, massive PvP, first person shooter.


Visit https://ghostreconfrontline.com to learn more about this new experience set in the Ghost Recon universe and to register for a chance to play early.


Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Frontline is a free-to-play, tactical-action, massive PvP shooter grounded in the renowned Ghost Recon universe. The game features an advanced class system and large set of tactical support tools, allowing for complete freedom in strategic gameplay, with multiple ways to outsmart enemy teams and win each match.


Build your roster of elite contractors from all around the globe. Explore Drakemoor Island, a massive and hostile open world that demands quick adaptation and teamwork to survive. Join forces with your friends through full cross-platform support and enjoy fun and collaborative competition across various game modes.


Think strategically and stay one step ahead: work with your squad, deploy various field support abilities and adapt to every situation by switching between contractors from your roster. Turn the tide of battle and overcome your opponents in each game mode, including epic 100+ players battle in the flagship mode, Expedition.





Because there are multiple ways to win each match, it is entirely up to you what kind of strategic approach you take. Adapt to an evolving battlefield by calling on tactical reinforcements, such as deadly auto turrets, smoke screen drones, and massive barricades. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline is a tactical-action game where split-second decisions are essential. The battlefield is yours to control as these unique features encourage strategic choice and empower players to try different approaches. No two matches are ever the same. Think outside the box, combine skills, adapt, and outsmart enemies your way.



Team up with players from all around the world, across platforms through an impactful and diverse class system where each class is highly specialized, filling in distinct tactical roles. Progress through the game via an advanced unit system, upgrade and customize each contractor to fit your strategy, and even choose different skill paths to unlock within each class. Socialize with your friends and build powerful synergies through different compositions of contractors and their complementary abilities.



Discover Drakemoor Island, an open world full of diverse environments. Previously a beautiful and peaceful country, it is now overrun by a corrupt mining corporation, which leads to forcible displacement of local communities and massive environment pollution. Explore multiple landmarks and distinct biomes with ever-changing weather conditions, from high mountains and dense forests to ruthless arid lands.



Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline is a brand-new take on the franchise, and the first in the series to introduce massive PvP experience with full cross-platform support. The game features an immersive, full first-person perspective, while staying true to its fundamental values of teamwork, strategic gameplay, and high military authenticity.


EXPEDITION MODE The game offers various game modes, from quick and casual to highly tactical. Featuring 100+ players in teams of three, the flagship Expedition mode is the ultimate test of teamwork: it includes dynamic objectives strewn across the massive open map with no converging circle, where players must work together and utilize their combined skills in order to call for extraction. Use different abilities, call down tactical supplies, switch between units, adapt and showcase exceptional teamwork while competing with others.


A FOREVER-EVOLVING GAME Time goes on, but the conflict never ends. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline promises an ever-evolving world with new game modes, characters, tactical tools, maps, and more being added each season.

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This game is actually disliked almost universally and the subreddit for Ghost Recon has an outspoken community on how this game tarnished Tom Clancy's name. They are also complaining how since the games announcement and very large like to dislike ratio on the trailer, the devs have remained virtually M.I.A. on any concerns and feedback.


However, it was announced recently that the beta that was suppose to be held (I think this month) was delayed indefinitely. Not necessarily cancelled but if it were to be, that's 3 years of development down the drain.



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Ubisoft Has Officially Stopped Development on Ghost Recon Frontline


It's also ditching Splinter Cell VR and two other unannounced games.


Not only is Ubisoft delaying Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora and another unannounced game, but it's also apparently flat-out canceling four whole titles in an attempt to cut costs and focus on its bigger names. Among those canceled games are both Ghost Recon Frontline and Splinter Cell VR.


Ghost Recon Frontline's cancellation is a bit surprising, given that the game wasn't even actually out yet. It was first announced back in October as a free-to-play battle royale spin-off with 102-player battles. Initial reception was fairly negative, though, and a planned closed test of the game was indefinitely postponed. Now it seems like we'll never see it again.


Splinter Cell VR is a bit less shocking. It was first announced way back in 2020 alongside an Assassin's Creed VR game, but hasn't been heard from since. The Assassin's Creed game still seems to exist, according to some leaked menu footage from this past April that indicated it would be called "Nexus" and was coming to the Quest 2.


Meanwhile, two other unannounced games have also been completely canceled according to CFO Frederick Duguet, who said that all four cancellations were part of the company's wider strategy of putting "even more focus on our biggest development opportunities."


For Splinter Cell fans, that just leaves the announced Splinter Cell remake in development at Ubisoft Toronto. Cancellations aside, Ubisoft has been a major culprit of game delays lately, including the Prince of Persia remake, Roller Champions (which did make it out earlier this year) and Skull & Bones (out this fall, hopefully). They aren't alone, though - 2022 has been a massive year for delays, in part due to the delayed impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on production.



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