‘Ghost Recon: Breakpoint’ announces ‘Operation Motherland’ expansion

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Ghost Recon: Breakpoint’s new expansion is going back to Auroa

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During Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon 20th Anniversary Showcase, Operation Mathrubhumi was revealed to Ghost Recon: Breakpoint.

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The livestream was a celebration of the franchise’s 20 years and included interviews with developers and fans. The expansion comes as part of its ongoing post-launch support for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint.

The short trailer, which can be seen below, shows the ghosts traveling by helicopter back to Auroa, where a voice informs them that they need to keep the peace on the island.

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The DLC will release on November 2.

Despite the warm reception at the launch, Ubisoft have continued to support Ghost Recon: Breakpoint A strategy to support their games, along with post-launch content, can be seen in their lineup.

The presentation also revealed that many classic titles in the series will be temporarily free, or receive huge discounts, through Ubisoft Connect until October 11.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. credit: Ubisoft

Also announced as part of the presentation, was a new title ghost recon Chain, Ghost Recon Frontline, a 100-plus player game where teams of three are tasked with extracting intel from a large map. There will also be tech trials for the PC version of the game between October 14 and 21, where anyone can sign up, as long as they are in Europe.

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This entry in the franchise would differ from traditional tactical games and instead adopt a battle royal style, except that it would not have the genre’s typical convergence cycle. Ghost Recon Frontline There’s currently no release date, but it will come to Xbox, PlayStation, and PC platforms.

In other news, the Nintendo Switch is getting a clock app that houses a secret side-scrolling game. Costing £8.99 (but on sale for a limited time for £1.79), the app is causing quite a stir.

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