Ghost Recon Breakpoint Now On Stadia

Time for a new platform.
Time for a new platform. Ubisoft

Ghost Recon Breakpoint announced that starting December 19, it is going to be available for the Google Stadia. With the game already capable of streaming to different devices, this newest addition means that players can now make use of the Stadia's unique features like the Stream Connect for PvE mode.

For those not familiar, the feature lets players share their screens in real-time with up to three co-op teammates. Through Stream Connect, players can enhance their situational awareness since they now have multiple viewpoints of what's going on at all times, assuming their buddies are looking in the right direction. Depending on the hardware and internet speed, Breakpoint is payable in full 4K as well as HDR.

That's not all there is to it, as Stadia players can immediately dive into Breakpoint which recently launched what could be the toughest challenge yet in the game with the Project Titan raid. Here, players go to a new volcanic island in order to fight a deadly new faction known as the Red Wolves. The Red Wolves currently control dangerous experimental drones. In order to take part in this raid, players need to have a gear score of at least 150. That may be difficult for some, but once the raid is completed, it's going to offer a lot of worthwhile rewards.

In Ghost Recon Breakpoint, players take the role of Colonel "Nomad" Perryman, a member of the US Special Operations Force and a Ghost behind enemy lines on the isolated archipelago of Auroa. Auroa has fallen and is now at the mercy of Lt. Colonel Cole D. Walker. Walker leads a lethal ex-US military unit known as the Wolves and controls the archipelago’s private army and deadly drones. Nomad needs to save the civilian population while trying to find a way to make it out of Auroa alive.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint released worldwide back in October. This is the 11th installment in the Ghost Recon franchise and serves as a narrative sequel to Ghost Recon Wildlands, which released in 2017. The game received mixed reviews from critics.

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