Ghost Recon: Are Breakpoint drones a reality?
Ghost Recon Breakpoint is the latest game of the long-running Tom Clancy’s series. The game will be released later in the year; October 4, 2019. It is a sequel of Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint. However, for most fans that have been fans of the French publishers’ games it begs the question is it another game ripped from the headlines? Some critics believe that Ubisoft’s games are a political statement, but the company has come strongly to refute these claims. We are sure you would want to take a look at the game too, especially if you love playing online games with promos for online lotteries, surely.
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint
Breakpoint can be described as an alternate reality that the French publisher has designed. Enter Skells technology, the fictional tech company which is based in Silicon Valley. The company which is owned by Jace Smells is creating artificial technology, which is a threat to the world. If you are a fan of Tom Clancy’s series, then you are aware that the tech company is behind drones used in the predecessors. These include the drones in the Wildlands, Future Soldier and the Splinter Cell’s Fourth Echelon. However, the tech company rose to prominence in the Wildlands when the Ghost was paired with Cole D.Walker to save a Smell Tech Engineer.
The setting of Breakpoint and the real world is parallel. There are actual world companies such as Facebook that are breaching people’s privacy. Other countries are using their military prowess such as drones to kill and rain destruction. However, UbiSoft’s still claims that they have no political agenda.
About the Story
We believe that the story will have some major turning points, something you have come to expect from the series.
Breakpoint explores the island of Auroa where the Jace Skelling has made it the new home of Skell’s Technology. The company is building AI technologies that are described as the future of tomorrow. The Ghosts are sent out to discover why the island is off the grid. However, the ghosts (you) are attacked by a swarm of drones that tear in your helicopter and crash in the land. Your primary enemy is the Wolves; who are rogue ex operatives.
They are led by your former ally in the Wildlands, Cole D.Walker. However, drones possess the main threat. The use of drones in the game questions the narrative of the setting. What would happen if the high tech giants decided to create robotics and AI to bring chaos? This is a question which Ubisoft brings into a reality that you have to experience.
The game is quite different from the other predecessors such as Wildlands. The player as the Ghost is mostly a lone soldier who has to depend on military tactics to survive. The survival mechanisms in the game will put you in the boots of real-life special operatives. Do you think that Ghost Recon Breakpoint focuses on reality? Let us know what you think.