A new Ghost Recon game is reportedly in development at Ubisoft Paris and is targeting 2023 release date.
Following the announcement that there will be no more post-launch updates for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, reports have surfaced that Ubisoft have a brand new Ghost Recon game in the works and no, it's not the free-to-play battle-royale Frontlines.
According to Kotaku , Ubisoft Paris are helming the project codenamed Over, which was spotted initially in the big Nvidia database leak. The game has been in development for over a year and could be released sometime in the fiscal year 2023.
If the info in the report is indeed correct, then we could be seeing the game sometime this year. Ubisoft will probably host a major showcase this summer which is a perfect place for such the reveal of the next Ghost Recon game.
As for other details like the setting or the story, sadly, we don't know much but it's safe to say that players would appreciate it if Ubisoft decided to go with a more grounded setting like the one in Ghost Recon Wildlands, which saw players track down drug cartel members.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint, the latest title in the series, was more futuristic with drones and special soldiers, which did not feel as immersive as Wildland's setting.
Whatever location Ubisoft picks for the next Ghost Recon game, we hope they will listen to the community's wishes and deliver a proper Ghost Recon title that will work as intended on launch and won't be jam-packed with ridiculous microtransactions.