Developing a game these days is really complicated and problems are just around the corner. Even the guys from Ubisoft Bucharest learned this the hard way, and a week after the announcement they were already forced to postpone the launch of the Ghost Recon Frontline Closed Test.
With an official statement entrusted to Twitter, the developers declared: “We believe it is best to postpone Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline Closed Test. The development team intends to create the best experience possible. We will share details on the new Closed Test date as soon as we get the chance. Thank you for your continued support.”.
The first Ghost Recon Frontline Closed Test it was supposed to start tomorrow October 14 on PCbut as you got to read it was postponed indefinitely. Unfortunately it is not known what went wrong, since the Bucharest team did not share precise information on the matter.
Ghost Recon Frontline was announced last week as a free battle royale set in the Ghost Recon narrative universe. Thirty teams of three players each will be called and challenged across a large map from a first-person perspective. Everything will be enriched by a system of classes and a relevant one tactical component (turrets, defensive walls and much more) that will allow you to change the battlefield in real time. The launch date is still unknown, but we know the game is in development for PS4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PC, and Google Stadia.