The launch of Ghost Recon Breakpoint wasn’t as smooth as expected. The game is plagued by many issues that earned the title a lot of bad press. However, the development team are not giving up on the game just yet and have already announced their plan to fix it in the upcoming months.

A new blog post published on the official Ghost Recon website states that the team’s priority is to eliminate all the technical issues and bugs reported by players during the first month of the game.

“Our first priority is to improve the technical state of the game. We know many players had a difficult time with game bugs and unexpected stability issues at launch and we are making every effort possible to address these issues as soon as we can.

With Title Update 1.0.2, released on October 15, our team made numerous improvements to the game, focusing on the most pressing issues that could be addressed in this timeframe. We are working on further improvements that will be coming soon with TU1.0.3 in mid-November, including fixes on the Drone deployment, on changing the fire rate, on NVGs blocking crosshairs and on the Mission Completion notification pop-up.

Title Update, coming around end-November, will include further improvements and updates on the most pressing community feedback.”

However, while fixing the technical side of the game, the development team is also working on some new content and features. The first bit of new content for Ghost Recon Breakpoint should land sometime in December and will introduce a new raid called Project Titan. In addition to the new raid, the team also plans to host a couple of in-game events that will be released shortly after Project Titan.

Ubisoft also revealed that it’s making some changes to some core features of the title. These include the re-balance of the in-game economy, tweaks for AI teammates and yet unspecified changes to the survival mechanics and loot progression.

All of this sounds really great since, in our humble opinion, Ghost Recon Breakpoint has a lot of potential to become a really good game. While the launch of the title was rushed, it’s nice to see that the team is not abandoning fans of the series and are listening to their feedback.