I've never wanted to be as wrong about a company or game product franchise as this; but since Ghost Recon 2 being pulled, everything accelerated to where we find things now -- and there has been little sign Ubisoft has any intention of redeeming the 'Ghost Recon', 'Tom Clancy', or 'R6' IP, to anything other than a sophomoric parody of what these games were.
Never has so much been squandered; Ubisoft had it all: enormously successful brilliantly crafted IP, enthusiastic talented Developers, an enormous equally talented Fan base that created an unsurpassed volume of content in the form of fan sites, and mods (almost every country had at least one native language fan site) more in fact than any other game before or since (old GameSpot had an article about this).
It's sad, and sadder still that none of this is a surprise. But the good news is Tactical Realism Fans and their money will go where they're treated best; it may take a while but as other point out indie titles like Ground Branch, Insurgency, Operation: Harsh Doorstop, Ready Or Not, Zero Hour, Escape From Tarkov, Caliber, Squad, and dozens more have committed talented people many that took inspiration from RSE IP working hard -- and many will raise the bar in new and compelling game design.
Best of all Ghost Recon remains evergreen -- a playable high-water mark in Tactical Realism game design with features that remain unsurpassed for over two decades, and mountains of brilliant mod content that will continue to compel, immerse, and thrill people that are wondering: 'why didn't someone make a realism game with features like...' only to discover someone did, did it really well, and even provided means to add new design, content and features...
Ghost Recon isn't dead, it's just taking a nap... Anyone can wake it up any time and have an amazing adventure!
Idk if this helps anyone, but I have installed Ghost Recon from UbiSoft Connect and have an AMD graphics card, when I would click the shortcut on ghost recon nothing really seemed to happen. I didn't see any Ghost Recon processes running in the task manager. I tried to run GhostRecon.exe directly out of the folder as administrator and it gave some error about Couldn't locate entry point in atiumdag.dll ... I google searched this, found someone talking about having the same issue with another game, the solution there was to delete dbghelp.dll from the game directory. I checked the Ghost Recon game directory, that file exists, I renamed it. Ghost Recon starts up and appears to work fine.