The upcoming closed beta testing of Ghost Recon Frontline has been delayed.
Developer/publisher Ubisoft announced a delay in the upcoming closed beta phase for Ghost Recon Frontline earlier today, October 13, in a tweet seen below. Originally, closed beta testing for Frontline was scheduled to launch later this week on October 14 for PC users only, before expanding to other platforms at an unspecified later date.
We have an important message regarding Ghost Recon Frontline’s Closed Test. pic.twitter.com/ne1VgOLMJF13 October 2021
Now, it’s not entirely clear when closed beta testing for Ghost Recon Frontline might return. In addition to being PC-exclusive, the planned beta test was meant to be available only in select European countries, before eventually expanding to other regions around the world. It is also not clear whether this will happen when closed testing is returned.
Ghost Recon Frontline was originally unveiled by Ubisoft earlier this month, as part of the 20th anniversary celebration of the larger Tom Clancy franchise. In addition to unveiling Frontline, Ubisoft also announced that the original Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon, which launched all the way back in 2001, would be free for a limited time on PC, along with new versions of Ghost Recon Breakpoint and Ghost Recon Wildlands. Will have to make a DLC pack for it. also be temporarily free for all.
If you’re unfamiliar with what Ghost Recon Frontline really is, this is the battle royale formula from the Tom Clancy franchise. For an in-depth look at how the game works, as well as our in-depth interviews with the developers leading the project at Ubisoft, you can visit our comprehensive Ghost Recon Frontline preview for more.
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