In October, Ubisoft explained how it intends to fix Ghost Recon Breakpoint, a game that by all rights should have been good-it's just Wildlands 2.0, right?-and yet was decidedly not. Project Titan, the first raid in the Ghost Recon series' history, is about to launch - developer Ubisoft has announced the four-player co-op raid update kicks off from 20:00 UTC today, and it's free for all Ghost Recon Breakpoint players. Players can expect improved enemy AI, vehicle handling improvements, the ability to adjust survival elements, in-game economy adjustments, camera improvements, respawn system improvements, and more in the coming months.
Progress through Project Titan will be maintained via checkpoints after each boss fight, but any progress made between them will not be maintained between sessions, so plan your breaks accordingly. The raid is set to take place in the new area named Golem Island, which has a Volcano that will erupt to celebrate the launch of Project Titan's launch. Players must collect intel to locate the drones and then take them down. Red Wolves have taken over the island. If you don't have friends, you can Raid through matchmaking, but that means playing with randoms.
To tackle Project Titan, you'll first of all need a full squad of four players.
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Environmental adaptation: Each of the bosses in the raid will introduce new gameplay mechanics that will require precision and teamwork to overcome. Ubisoft says you'll need to work together closely and employ tactics to take them down.
Apart from this, players will also receive a number of rewards from raid loot poll, which include weapons, gear, customization, and items.
As for the difficulty, it will be available in "normal" and Ubisoft is now planning to add "easy" and "heroic" difficulties to Project Titan in 2020.