Ghost Recon Breaking Point was a very disappointing game and it was criticized by the gaming community as well as the critics. Even the head of Ubisoft told that the game didn’t meet their expectations and revealed that the company will support the game. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint dropped an update at Thanksgiving which brought the first raid to the game.
This will be a four-player raid that is called Project Titan and is available across all platforms. The company (Ubisoft) also said that it will be in the Google Stadia version of the game as well when it launches. This raid takes place in a brand new area called Golem Island, which is dominated by a volcano that will erupt in order to celebrate Project Titan’s launch.
In this, the players will have to collect Intel and taking down a new faction called the red wolves, though they will have to face high-level enemies and drones along the way. This raid will possess four new bosses named Baal, Cerberus, Gargoyle and Quantum Computer. In order to access this new content, the player must have a gear level of 150.
As for the difficulty, it will be available in “normal” and Ubisoft is currently planning to add “easy” and “heroic” difficulties to Project Titan in 2020. Furthermore, the aspects of the raid will be updated every week so the players will have something to come back. There are some screenshots of the raid some of which you can see down below.
If you are interested in playing this game, it is available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on Amazon. And Google Stadia version is also launching in 2019.