Ubisoft has announced its to delay the closed beta test for its upcoming free-to-pay shooter Ghost Recon Frontline.
A message posted to the game’s Twitter didn’t offer much in terms of a reason for the delay. It read “We have decided it is best to postpone the Closed Test for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline. The development team is dedicated to creating the best experience possible. We’ll share details on the new date for the Closed Test as soon as we can.”
The game was revealed last week as Ghost Recon‘s take on battle royale. 100 players will be placed in squads of three, and asked to complete objectives. Rather than a circle keeping people in play, instead these objectives will be dynamic and a team must also escape via extraction. Hopefully this ensures that players converge in a similar location.
The closed beta was due to start for PC players in Europe between tomorrow and October 21. A new date hasn’t been given, but hopefully we’ll get a new one for the Ghost Recon Frontline closed beta in due course.
It’s not the only free-to-play offering in the Tom Clancy universe Ubisoft have in the wings either. The company announced crossover FPS Tom Clancy’s XDefiant back in July that’ll also feature elements from Rainbow Six, The Division and Splinter Cell.
We have an important message regarding Ghost Recon Frontline's Closed Test. pic.twitter.com/ne1VgOLMJF
— GRFrontline (@GRFrontline) October 13, 2021