"Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is definitely a fun game at its core, but its identity crisis and focus on quantity over quality shines through in a way that lessens the experience."
There's plenty of free stuff to play this weekend if you're stuck with nothing to do, with World War Z the pick of the bunch.
With the game getting a major expansion today along with a huge number of quality of life improvements, we're diving back in for another look.
The latest major update arrives in Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, and on top of Splinter Cell-themed DLC, there is a raft of changes to take note of.
The recently-delayed immersive mode has a confirmed release date, and it's set to land sooner than you might think.
After facing unforeseen challenges the update will be delayed until later in spring.
We'll be back at 3pm GMT to take on the first part of the new limited event for Ghost Recon.
A new live event is set to start on January 29, and it's going to feature everyone's favourite robot from the future.
From vehicle handling to story content, Ubisoft is working on a lot of different areas to improve the game.
We have a new trailer preparing us for the challenge, which certainly isn't for the faint of heart.
When talking about the game's underwhelming performance, Ubisoft identified some reasons for this.
Player feedback has been taken on board, and adjustments made to various elements of the experience.
Teamwork makes the dream work, and we're heading into Ghost Recon: Breakpoint on launch to prove that.
Ubisoft admits those spotted online were an "error" and shouldn't have been included, but they might return.
The latest episode of our co-operative journey through Ghost Recon: Breakpoint sees us continue to work together.
We've been heading into the game for some co-operative fun, taking on the missions and the hostile world of Auroa.