@Rocky I believe that this kind of posture will further weaken Ubisoft, reducing its credibility (if it still has any with the Ghost Recon community).
I've been going through some youtube channels (famous and not so famous) and it seems that the opinion is unanimous: GR Frontline (as announced) is a freak and it was a huge mistake by the company!
Wake up Ubisoft, there is still time to resolve this error!
It's actually worse than that, they didn't ask Delta Force members for their thoughts about Frontline at all - they went ahead with this gametype without engaging with anyone in the GR community.
Your posts are perfect English, don't worry!
Today I was reading about the issue of DELTA COMPANY, and it seems that there is a lot of criticism of this program, because in addition to not selecting people who are really part of the "Ghost Recon community", Ubisoft simply did not listen to the comments of the community itself.
I think they should schedule a new meeting with us, tell the fans that they messed up and that they are developing a new GR, in the mold of the classic games we love so much! How about a GR in the Middle East in a "fictional country" (to avoid any problems, as there was with Bolivia) .
Let's go ahead!
Note: As I don't speak English fluently, I use Google Translate to write my posts. I apologize in advance for any contextual error in my entries.