Ubisoft announced the open beta for Ghost Recon Breakpoint will be delayed with more recent tweets updating fans on the progress of the ongoing fixes.
Update: As of 14:00 GMT, 26 September 2019, Open Beta is live. If you get INFINITY-00000 error, exit the game and launch it again.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint open beta was supposed to start long before the time of writing but a last-minute update surfaced on the game's official Twitter, stating that some additional work is required in order to "guarantee a smooth experience for all players" hinting that the delay might have something to do with connectivity.
A few hours down the road, the same Twitter account posted a brief update, simply stating that the teams are working on issues impacting the connection and that further updates would be announced on the same thread .
Fans mostly wanted to know if Ubisoft would compensate for the lost time by extending the beta event but unfortunately, the PR department wasn't at liberty to say anything other than promising to share any info once they are allowed to. Furthermore, they couldn't share any estimated times of arrival with those who wanted to know.
Some disillusioned fans used this opportunity to point out certain flaws in Ubisoft's concepts, such as not allowing Ghost Recon Breakpoint to be played offline, which would be both something the players are looking for and would remove quite the load from the backs of the developers currently wrestling with the connectivity issues.
Considering that Ghost Recon Breakpoint is set for release on 4 October 2019, it is quite worrying that the game is having connectivity issues a mere week before it comes out.