Ghost Recon Frontline is a Free-To-Play Battle Royale from Ubisoft

Ghost Recon Frontline is a Free-To-Play Battle Royale from Ubisoft

As part of their 20th Anniversary Brand Showcase for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, Ubisoft has announced Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Frontline, an upcoming free-to-play first-person shooter set in the Ghost Recon universe. Though there are changes to the base formula, this is Ghost Recon's version of a battle royale with the flagship mode, titled Expedition, pitting over 100 players against each other in teams of three. The difference is that instead of fighting to be the last team standing, players will have to navigate the island of Drakemoor to complete objectives and collect data. Once all objectives are completed, the winning team must head to the extraction point while all other teams attempt to stop them.

Even as it makes the leap to a new genre, Ubisoft says that Frontline is still a tactical-action game like the previous Ghost Recon games. The game will have a class-based squad system that can be upgraded and customized to your playstyle. The first classes to be confirmed are Assault, Support, and Scout, all three of which will be playable in the first closed test. Once the game releases, Ubisoft promises longevity, stating that the world of Frontline will evolve with new game modes, characters, maps, and more being added each season.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Frontline will release at a later date for the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Stadia, Amazon Luna, and PC via Ubisoft Connect. The game will have cross-play enabled at launch on all platforms. There will be a few closed tests for the game from now until the game launches, the first of which will go from October 14 to October 22 for PC players in Europe. You can register to participate in any soon-to-be-announced tests on the game's official site. To find out more, there is a larger Q&A on the Ubisoft blog with Live Associate Producer Taina-Gabriela Ionita and Creative Director Bogdan Bridinel that gives more details.

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