Ubisoft have officially confirmed plans to improve Ghost Recon: Breakpoint's Battle Rewards System. In the next few updates, the devs will increase the daily cap from 400 to 600, before removing it completely.
Ubisoft's tactical shooter Ghost Recon: Breakpoint wasn't received as well as the company would want but the game is still played and enjoyed by many players. Yes, the game has some peculiar design decisions and it would probably be better without the loot system and battle pass but the gameplay from Wildlands is there and the setting seems interesting enough to keep you engaged for dozens of hours.
Ubisoft will also add a lot more content in post-launch updates and further improve the existing features. One of the features that has been mentioned by the devs lately is Battle Rewards System. Players have voiced their discontent in the last few weeks, saying that the current daily cap is too low and that rewards for side missions should be higher.
That's why Ubisoft announced that they will be increasing the daily cap and rewards in the future updates. "We’ve taken a close look at your feedback, as well as the player data, regarding the Battle Rewards system. There will be several upcoming changes around the way this system works," Ubisoft wrote on Reddit.
Today, 22 October 2019, the daily cap will be increased from 400 to 600 with the live update and the rewards for Faction Support missions will also go up from 15 to 30 Battle Points. On top of these changes, Ubisoft will also completely remove the daily cap in the Title Update 1.0.3.
If you're wondering why Ubisoft doesn't just remove the cap straight away, well, it's a much bigger update than increasing the cap and the devs need Title Update to implement it into the game.
"We will need a TU to remove the cap entirely, which is why this will occur with 1.0.3 and not the Live Update. In the short term, we wanted to move forward with the increased daily cap and increased Battle Points earned as a first step toward improving the experience," it's explained in the post.