Ubisoft postpones closed testing of Ghost Recon Frontline

Bad reception of the ad must have motivated Ubisoft

Announced last week, o battle royale gratuito Ghost Recon Frontline would already receive one closed test on PC from tomorrow (14) and would go on until October 21st. Ubisoft announced today that the test will be postponed with no predictions to happen..

“We’ve decided that it’s best to postpone closed testing of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline. The development team is dedicated to creating the best experience possible. We’ll share more details about the new closed testing date as soon as we can. Thanks for your ongoing support,” announces Ubisoft on Twitter.

What led the developer to practically cancel the test was the poor reception by the players. The official announcement video already has more than 18 thousand dislikes (against almost 5 thousand likes). If you take a quick stop to read the comments, you can easily lose your account with the amount of negative comments.

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In the warning tweet itself about the postponement of the test, this is also made clear. In our news about the game announcement, the feedback from you Adrena readers is also largely negative. Against this, there is no product that resists and is doomed to a failed launch.

Ghost Recon Frontline will feature several classes and will have squads of up to three players to battle for their lives on the island of Drakemoor. The game will be in first person and will offer different game modes. The description of the official site the website says:

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline is a colossal free-to-play tactical action PvP shooter set in the renowned Ghost Recon universe. Ghost Recon Frontline offers an advanced class system and extensive set of tactical support tools to provide customized strategic gameplay with multiple ways to outrun enemy teams and win combat.

With so many games already consolidated in the battle royale genre on the market, Ubisoft has a tough job ahead of them to make Ghost Recon Frontline fall in the gamers’ taste.


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Via: Gamerant

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