Ubisoft is working on new updates for Ghost Recon: Breakpoint.
In a Reddit update by developers, it was revealed the company plans to begin making improvements to the game in two title updates.
On November 12th, the company will release the first of two updates this month. It will address issues with drone deployment, fire rate, NVGs blocking crosshairs, mission completion notification pop-ups among other things.
Further problems will be fixed with the second update by the end of November.
In a separate Reddit post, Ubisoft encouraged its users to contact then with feedback.
“We wish to offer you a platform where you can voice your feedback in a quick and efficient way, allowing us to identify the game‘s elements we need to focus on first," said the post.
“To participate, head over to https://ubi.li/nFuue now and rank the categories you think need to be our priority when improving the game.
“The Community Survey will run for two weeks. Once it closes, we will compile your input and share the results with the community.
“The highest-ranked categories will receive dedicated communications and updates from our studio as they are being worked on.”
These updates follow Ubisoft’s plans - that it announced at the end of October - to fix its shooter. Overall, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint has proven lacklustre, with the title failing to meet the expectations of the French publisher - it claimed the game wasn’t different enough to its predecessor.
Due to both Breakpoint and The Division 2 underperforming, Ubisoft lowered its financial forecast for 2019/20 by 33 per cent.