Ubisoft have officially confirmed that Ghost Recon: Breakpoint's major patch, which brings the Terminator live event, is being delayed to January 2020. The update was originally expected in December.
Ubisoft's tactical shooter Ghost Recon: Breakpoint has been a major disappointment both critically and commercially and it's safe to say that no one was surprised when the publisher announced a major rework a couple of weeks ago.
Ubisoft plan to listen to the community and remove tier-based loot, add teammates and a bunch of other, much-requested features. They initially confirmed that players would start seeing these updates slowly roll out in December 2019 but today, the publisher confirmed that the first batch of updates will be delayed to mid-January 2020.
According to the post, Ubisoft delayed the update to ensure its quality as their goal is to deliver a lot of bug fixes and polished content. Here is the post in full:
"In our December Update, we announced that we would have our next TU, 1.1.0, live on the 18th. After careful consideration by the development team, we are choosing to delay the release of the TU until the latter half of January to ensure its quality.
Our goal is to deliver you polished content and meaningful bug fixes, to do that we need a little more time. This means that the Terminator Live Event and the fixes referenced in the monthly update will be coming to you in the new year. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we put the final touches on TU 1.1.0."
As you can see, everything that was promised in the Title Update 1.1.0 including The Terminator Live Event is coming next year.
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint received a huge patch in November 2019, and is set for a couple of more big patches as Ubisoft try to stabilise and bring the game back on track after poor launch.