Ubisoft has announced that Ghost Recon Breakpoint is now available to stream on Google Stadia.
Despite the Stadia’s rocky launch, developers and publishers continue porting titles to Google’s debut gaming device in an effort to improve the system’s lot. Players can stream Ghost Recon Breakpoint and utilize Stadia’s unique features, such as Stream Connect for the game’s PvE mode. Stream Connect “allows players to share their screens in real-time with up to three co-op teammates… Ghosts can enhance their situational awareness by having multiple viewpoints of any and all conflict scenarios as they fight to take down the Wolves.”
Breakpoint’s Stadia release comes in time for users to tackle the game’s toughest content, the Project Titan raid, which is the first of its kind for the franchise and launched on November 28, 2019 at 7:00 PM EST (November 29, 2019 at 12:00 AM GMT).
From Ubisoft: “In Ghost Recon Breakpoint, players take up the mantle of Nomad, an elite special-ops Ghost behind enemy lines on the isolated archipelago of Auroa. Auroa has fallen into the wrong hands, and now stands at the mercy of Lt. Colonel Cole D. Walker (played by Jon Bernthal), whose lethal ex-US military unit, the Wolves, now controls the archipelago’s private army and deadly drones. If Nomad has any hope of making it off Auroa alive and saving its civilian population, they’ll have to take down Walker, their former brother-in-arms, once and for all.”
Ghost Recon Breakpoint released for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on October 4, 2019. It is a direct sequel to Ghost Recon Wildlands and is played in an open world environment with up to three other players.
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