Following from Ubisoft’s announcement of Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, the sequel of Ghost Recon: Wildlands. More news has come out about the newly announced game.
First off, Ubisoft has announced that the game will feature multiple endings within the story and raids for multiplayer. However, there is one piece of news that has both newly interested PC players, and fans alike left sour, Ghost Recon Breakpoint will not be coming to Steam. But instead the game will be available on Ubisoft’s own PC game store, UPlay, or Epic Games very own Epic Games Store while PC, PlayStation and Xbox have the standard option for a physical copy as well as Sony’s and Microsoft’s own game stores.
The reason why Ubisoft chose these actions is not explained to the public; however, these actions are not a surprise to players. Ubisoft has done similar actions in the past with their previous titles such as Anno 1880 and The Division 2.
Players have suspected that this might be Epic Game’s doing as previously stated by Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney that his company would stop pursuing exclusivity deals if Valve, the company behind Steam, would take a smaller cut of the sales. However, This doesn’t seem likely to come true in the near future as these actions have been both a benefit to Epic and the companies that have cooperated with Epic.
Whether gamers decide to choose to buy Ghost Recon Breakpoint or not, it is set to launch across all gaming platforms, with now the exception of Steam, on October 4, 2019, with various versions to pick up including a Collector’s Edition.
So what do you of this? Are you upset that Ghost Recon: Breakpoint isn’t coming to Steam? Are you planning to buy the game day one?
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