It’s still unclear when players will see Ubisoft’s next appearance in the Ghost Recon franchise, just a week after the title was revealed. Ghost Recon Frontline, a new battle royale title set in the Tom Clancy universe, was supposed to begin closed testing on October 14. However, a tweet from the game’s official account announced that trying it out. experiment will not take place any time soon.
We have an important announcement regarding the Ghost Recon Frontline Closed Test. pic.twitter.com/ne1VgOLMJF
& mdash; GRFrontline (@GRFrontline) October 13, 2021
“We decided it would be best to postpone the closed test of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline,” Read the tweet. “The development team is always dedicated to creating the best possible experience. We will share details on the new date for closed testing as soon as possible. “
We’ve reached out to Ubisoft for comment on Ghost Recon Frontlineof the delay and will update this post once we get a response.
While it’s surprising to see an indefinite delay shortly after the game was revealed, the announcement announcing the delay is odd. The brief four-sentence article is blunt and to the point. It doesn’t include an apology like some other delayed announcements, or an acknowledgment of fan excitement. Instead, it is simply a test for Ghost Recon Frontline and leave a message there.
The latter part may not come as a surprise to some. Ghost Recon Frontline, which followed the poorly received Ghost Recon’s Breakpoint, drew the ire of Ghost Recon fans. NS Game trailer revealed had an impressive 18,000 likes, compared to just under 5,000. Likewise, feedback on the game’s delayed closure testing has been largely negative.