Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Open Beta Start Time Delayed, Ubisoft Apologizes
Update: Ubisoft has issued a statement telling players that “preparation is taking longer than planned and we must delay the start of the open beta while we ready the infrastructure.” In the most recent update, it says it is “investigating an issue that is impacting connection” and that it is working on a solution.
The original story follows.
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint is set to launch on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One this fall, and ahead of its October 4 release, developer and publisher Ubisoft has announced that the open beta is available to pre-load right now. Here’s everything you need to know about the beta before it starts on Thursday, September 26.
While the Ghost Recon: Breakpoint open beta doesn’t start until Thursday, September 26, Ubisoft is allowing you to get a headstart by downloading the open beta before it goes live. You can pre-load the open beta on PC, PS4, or Xbox One, and it’s scheduled to run from September 26-29 and is just shy of 15GB to download.
- Download the beta on PS4
- Download the beta on Xbox One
- Download the beta on PC — Uplay client
Breakpoint Open Beta Start Time (September 26)
- 3 AM PT
- 6 AM ET
- 11 AM BST
- 8 PM AET
- Servers Close: September 29, 7 AM PT / 9 AM CST / 10 ET / 3 PM BST
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint’s open beta will let you experience five main missions across Auroa’s massive open-world, as well as a variety of side missions and daily Faction Missions. Further, you’ll be able to dive into the game’s Ghost War mode, with 4v4 Elimination and three maps available to test out. Ubisoft notes that your progress from the beta won’t transfer to the full game when it launches next month.
The Inside Xbox livestream is now underway, and includes an interview with Ghost Recon: Breakpoint start Jon Bernthal. We expect a few different announcements to come out of the presentation, including a look at The Outer Worlds and trailer reveals for Afterparty, Children of Morta, Felix the Reaper, and more.
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