Ghost Recon Breakpoint's first raid is live, offers "toughest" challenge

Joanna Estrada
December 3, 2019

Project Titan is the first raid not only in Ghost Recon: Breakpoint but also in the entire series.

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. This brand-new in-game event is here for players who are a little geared up and should make their experience a little more interesting. Furthermore, the aspects of the raid will be updated every week so the players will have something to come back.

This raid is entirely free for all players, with Stadia owners getting it later in the year, and soldiers will face advanced Titan drones, capable of dishing out some major damage.

Project Titan takes place on Golem Island, a brand-new location off the coast of Auroa. There are new drones working against players and it is their job to gather information and take out these drones. Players must have a minimum 150 Gear Score in order to take part of the raid, and full four-person squads are mandatory.

Ghost Recon: Breakpoint should have been a good game, following in the heels of the decidedly fun, if not a little jingoistic Wildlands. This breakaway faction is working on new prototype drones which would be lethal in the wrong hands, so it's up to you to destroy them.

If you are interested in playing this game, it is available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on Amazon.

Environmental adaptation: Each of the bosses in the raid will introduce new gameplay mechanics that will require precision and teamwork to overcome.

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. You can find a group through the matchmaking system of Ghost Recon Breakpoint, but it's highly advisable that you maintain a good level of communication with the other members of your team.

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