It is no longer a secret that ‘The Ghost Recon: Breakpoint’ didn’t fulfil Ubisoft’s sales expectations having launched earlier this year. Consequently, the publisher decided to delay the upcoming projects, including Rainbow Six Quarantine, the likes of Watch Dogs Legion, etc.
Reviewers criticized that the game is not original as a live service-based game. There are a lot of similarities with the 2019 Ubisoft looter shooter, Division 2. Thus, the game is just the updated version of the later. The company has taken the indictment very seriously.
Shedding some light on its latest episode of the Kotaku Splitscreen podcast, reporter Schreier, stated that Ubisoft is encouraging its studios to go forward with new pitches for the game.
It is planning to introduce something new but ceasing the use of the traditional format that has underscored most of its open-world records the previous decades.
“All the interactions which I have had with people are ‘Now Ubisoft is changing their mentality big time. Now it has all about how you have to pitch your game as being super unique, having some unique aspect to it. It almost sounds wild. It has this crazy atmosphere.” –
Added Jason Schreier.
It will be great news for all those who have been pissed by years of climbing towers, penetrating enemy camps and shredding for new loot in the Ubisoft’s past version of games. Hopefully this kind of weird and any experiences from the publishers. It would include Driver: San Francisco, Far Cry 2, and Rayman: Origins, etc.