Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Gets Series' First Raid

A battle in Ghost Recon: Breakpoint's Project Titan raid

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Ghost Recon: Breakpoint Gets Series' First Raid

November 29, 2019

By: Joseph Allen

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Ubisoft Paris
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October 4, 2019
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Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint has received an update that brings with it a raid event. Project Titan is the first raid not only in Ghost Recon: Breakpoint but also in the entire series. It's available to play right now for free across all platforms the game is on.

Project Titan sees you and your squad heading to Golem Island to take down the Red Wolves. This breakaway faction is working on new prototype drones which would be lethal in the wrong hands, so it's up to you to destroy them. The raid includes four bosses: Baal, Quantum Computer, Gargoyle, and Cerberus. Ubisoft says you'll need to work together closely and employ tactics to take them down. Here's the trailer for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint's Project Titan raid:

To tackle Project Titan, you'll first of all need a full squad of four players. Each of you will need to have a Gear Score of over 150. Initially, you'll only be able to tackle Project Titan at Normal difficulty, but it will reward you with the best loot and gear in the game thus far. Each week, Ubisoft will reset the raid, changing the enemy layout and altering the objectives for fresh takes. Early next year, Ubisoft will be adding Easy and Heroic difficulties to Project Titan, so you'll be able to take it on if you just want an easy ride or if you're looking for a heightened challenge.

Project Titan is available to download for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC right now. The update is totally free, so go check it out if you had picked up the game. If you missed the latest patch, check out the official patch notes to see what's changed.


Will you be heading into Ghost Recon: Breakpoint to check out the new Project Titan raid? Let us know in the comments below!

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