Review Roundup: Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Falls Short of Great Expectations

Ubisoft has released the long-awaited sequel to Ghost Recon: Wildlands, and it seems that it fell quite short of expectations.

The new title, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint seems to be half there, however, looking at early reviews for the game, it’ll be hard to justify a day one purchase. It seems that this game will require friends to play if you want to have some fun with it, as there is no more AI companions. In addition, the lack of innovation from the critically acclaimed Wildlands, Breakpoint feels like a broken mess that will have you scratching your head for days.

Down below are some of the most respectable gaming sites in the industry, check out the highlights for their reviews on Ubisoft latest title — Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint:


DualShocker 70

Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s greatest selling point is the fact that players can dictate their own experience.

IGN Spain 70

Ghost Recon Breakpoint brings us an intense and remarkable shooter that stays halfway in the introduction of innovations with a huge variety of content that will delight lovers of cooperative tactical action.

Game Informer 60

This final moment with Breakpoint sums up the game perfectly. There was a sense of victory, and then it all fell apart and became a maddening mess. I had some fun playing with friends, but constantly found myself wondering how this follow-up could go so wrong.

GameSpot [Provisional Score = 40]

Breakpoint is a messy, confused game and a ghost of the series’ former self.

Eurogamer [Eurogamer Avoid]

A smudge of systems from other Ubisoft games fail to coalesce – and sometimes are plain crippled – in this weak open world shooter.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is now available for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Are you enjoying the game? Let us know what you think about it so far in the comments below!

Source: Metacritic