Ghost Recon Frontline closed beta test postponed, says Ubisoft.
Ghost Recon Frontline was announced by Ubisoft just a few days back. And the backlash that it has been facing since then, is not really very good, to put it very politely. The public opinion about this new game in the longstanding and much loved Ghost Recon franchise has been entirely negative and quite strong.
It seems that the public reception seems to have swayed Ubisoft and the company have chosen to delay the closed beta tests for the game. The company took to Ghost Recon Frontline’s official Twitter account to make this announcement.
The announcement read that the company has “decided it is best to postpone the closed test for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Frontline”. It states that the game’s development team is dedicated towards “creating the best experience possible”. It further reads, “We’ll share details on the new date for the Closed Test as soon as we can”. The company then thanks the community for their support.
Ghost Recon Frontline Recieves Backlash From Community
Fans of the franchise have not been kind in their reception of this new game, to say the least, and they are making their displeasure known. And their displeasure is understandable. With every new game in the franchise that Ubisoft releases, it keeps drifting further away from what had made the earlier games in the franchise so much fun for everyone.
It, however, remains to be seen how this delay will impact the game and what better could the developers do to Ghost Recon Frontline in order to address the displeasure of the fans. The issues that the players have with the game are mainly fundamental and not just some technical tweaks. It is high time that Ubisoft either starts addressing the issues that the community is facing or stop creating formulaic battle royale games under the franchise’s banner, in the hopes to get traction, because it is clearly understandable that the technique isn’t working.