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On July 15, a new form of help arrives in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. If your friends aren’t online or you don’t trust random players, you’ll be able to use A.I. teammates to join you on missions. The highly requested computer-controlled assistance arrives in Title Update 2.1.0, which is free and will be coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Stadia.
The A.I. teammates can be activated and deactivated at any time, allowing you to continue playing solo if you want, and then summon them for a quick burst of firepower. A.I. teammates can perform sync shots, will try to revive you, and can be customized with different weapons, gear, and physical attributes. You can see the A.I. teammates in action in the trailer above.
A day later on July 16, Ubisoft is launching a new limited-time event called Resistance. A press release from Ubisoft gives a little context into the mission: “Nomad will support the Outcasts during their counterattack on Sentinel forces and assist them in their efforts to save prisoners, attack Sentinel outposts, and stop convoys looking for survivors.” The mission only runs from July 16 to 29, and offers up 15 exclusive rewards, along with players impacting the presence of rebels in Auroa to create faction warfare between rival factions. For a sneak peek at this event, check out the trailer below:Click here to watch embedded media
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Ghost Recon Breakpoint Is Finally Getting A.I. Teammates In A Free Update