A.I. teammates requested by over 50% of participants
Ubisoft has released a statement containing the results of a recent Ghost Recon: Breakpoint community survey asking players for suggested changes/fixes and additional content.
The results state that the most frequently-requested change was improving the technical quality of the game, which Ubisoft says will be their primary focus for the future.
The addition of A.I. squadmates has previously been announced, but Ubisoft hasn't given its inclusion a specific date. The removal of gear scores and tiers was another highly-requested feature. Of this specifically, Ubisoft only said that they are still working on the "more immersive and radical version" of Breakpoint announced back in October.
Other changes requested include the removal of the game's always-online requirement, in-game economy changes, and menu improvements. Additional story content, new weapons, and more customization were listed as the most-requested new content for the game.
"Your feedback has had a direct impact on the production of Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s post-launch support," reads the release containing the survey results.
Breakpoint received a major content update this week, which added Breakpoint's (and Ghost Recon's) first-ever raid. Project Titan, which is free for all players, requires a full squad of four, and each of those four players requires a gear score of 150 or above. The community survey's results showed that "20+%" of players requested more raids.
Ubisoft has made clear their commitment to majorly reworking the game, as evidenced by their statement accompanying the community survey results.
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint released this October to a middling critical reception and underwhelming sales. It's PC version currently holds a Metacritic score of 57 based on 29 critics and a user score of 2.3 based on 572 ratings.
As a result of the Breakpoint's poor sales, as well as the sales of other recent Ubisoft titles, also coming in under expectations, Ubisoft announced that they had updated their 2020-21 financial targets and the release schedule of Watch Dogs: Legion, Gods & Monsters and a number of other announced and unannounced titles.
What do you think of the results of this survey? What changes do you want to Tom Clancy's: Ghost Recon Breakpoint? Let us know in the comments below!