Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Leaks Through Ubisoft Store Listing

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Leaks Through Ubisoft Store Listing

It will be a story driven four player experience, and will be out on October 4th for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. Of course, this being a leak and all, the details are unconfirmed, so stay tuned for the first official information from tomorrow.

The main antagonist is reportedly known as Cole D. Walker, and will be portrayed by John Berenthal, who previously appeared in Ghost Recon Wildlands' Operation Oracle. It will stream on Twitch, YouTube, and the "Ghost Recon" website.

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"Breakpoint" will feature Walker as well, and he'll be in charge of an army of weaponized drones, according to a second Reddit post that's since been removed. In other words, it's a sequel to Wildlands. A graphic that briefly appeared on Ubisoft's German store on Wednesday promoted an exclusive Wolves Collector's Edition of the game that comes with a statuette of a "Ghost Recon" soldier. However, thanks to a new leak, we may well have the title already - Ghost Recon: Breakpoint.

Earlier this year, Ghost Recon Wildlands entered its third year of support, a strategy that mirrors many other Ubisoft titles like Rainbow Six Siege, The Division, and more. There's a chance, however, that they may be saving that particular reveal for E3 next month.

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