In outlining the contents of the Year 1 of Ghost Recon Breakpoint, Ubisoft Paris admits that it is still engaged in the development of artificial intelligence responsible for managing teammates and that the latter, in their “automatic” version driven by the CPU, will arrive only after the launch.
Through the pages of the official website of the new chapter of the world open shooter saga of Ghost Recon, the representatives of the Ubisoft transalpine subsidiary report that “we are still working on the system that will implement the teammates managed through AI. We will provide you with all the updates of the in the near future, in the course of Year 1”.
Anyone wishing to explore the island Auroa alongside their digital operator with one or more teammates managed by the CPU, will therefore not be able to do so when they leave Breakpoint and will have to wait for the publication of a special update which, presumably, will accompany the launch of one of the three episodes planned by Ubisoft Paris to flesh out their tactical TPS content by mid-2020. Cross-Play support should also arrive by the first half of next year.
Waiting to receive more information about it, we remind you that Ghost Recon Breakpoint will be available starting October 4th on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and, from November, on Google Stadia. During the episode of Inside Xbox which will be broadcast in midnight between September 24th and 25th, Microsoft promises to reveal new details (and maybe even exclusive gameplay ) of the much anticipated Ubisoft shooter.