Ghost Recon Breakpoint has launched on Google Stadia which will most likely be the butt of many jokes. Unlike Borderlands 3, it appears that Breakpoint is up to date on this platform and all players will have the same version from get-go.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint recently became a part of the Google Stadia lineup and is now available on the platform. According to the official GRB website, the three available editions will be Standard, Gold and Ultimate while the Collector edition is off-limits, probably on the account of it being a physical version.
Meanwhile, the announcement of Breakpoint joining the Stadia ranks included an interesting little tidbit - "Google Stadia players will also get to enjoy [Breakpoint's] first post-launch content: Project TItan". This differs from the otherwise similar announcement of Borderlands 3 jumping into the Stadia flock as it will initially be available in a version that's two months behind the other platforms.
On another note, Ubisoft seem to have been more transparent with the possibilities of their game on the platform. Instead of saying something dubious like "up to 4K 60 FPS", they clearly presented the performance players will be able to choose. Breakpoint will run at 60 FPS in 1080p while 4K resolution will see the frame rate cut into half, at 30 FPS.
Keep in mind that the regular Stadia requirements still apply and will affect your streaming experience - slower connections may not be able to perform at this level.
Currently, it's only Google Pixel phones that can run Breakpoint but Ubisoft stated that all Android phones will be able to do so at a later point in time.
Given the infamy of both the game and the platform shortly after their respective launches, fans are already calling the union a match made in hell but it remains to be seen how many people will enjoy Nomad's drone target practice.