Ghost Recon Breakpoint First Raid Released, Here’s What It Offers (VIDEO)
Ghost Recon Breakpoint has been teasing its latest new update for the last few weeks, foreshadowing the start of an emerging raid event dubbed ‘Project Titan.’ Outside its volcanic setting, the exact extent of the debuting update has been largely left up to players to figure out. However, now that Project Titan has finally arrived, Ubisoft has detailed what new content and challenges that currently await when logging into their games.
First and foremost, players will notice the newly-erupted locale of Golem Island, a lava-adjacent isle infested with a fresh faction of enemies called the Red Wolves. As part of the four-player Project Titan raid, Ghosts will be tasked with taking down these fiery baddies as well as a series of advanced Skell Technology drones dubbed “The Titans.” Of course, teams will also be tested in more elaborate ways in the form of four raid bosses (Baal, Quantum Computer, Gargoyle, and Cerberus), each offering their own unique means of testing one’s teamwork and coordination. Check out a trailer for Project Titan below.
The first Project Titan raid comes at no cost to Ghost Recon Breakpoint owners, though players will still need a few prerequisites before tackling these sulfuric scoundrels. Firstly, players are required to have a minimum Gear Score of 150 and must also collect a full four-person squad before ever getting to step foot on Golem Island. However, once they do, the aforementioned raid will grant new challenges and rewards for players to earn, with each resetting at the advent of each week. Additionally, Project Titan has debuted solely in “Normal” mode but plans to give “Easy” and the hardcore “Heroic” difficulty its due when they roll out sometime in early 2020.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint is out now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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