Ghost Recon Breakpoint 1.1.0 Delayed to January
Ubisoft has decided to dwindle things down. The developers have recently published that the update 1.1.0, which was scheduled to go live on December 18, will be delayed for the next year. More precisely, the middle of January 2020 is the designated period for the update to go live, due to the current unpolished factor.
Update 1.1.0 was set to fix bug issues and introduce some improvements. It was also the slated to bring an improved AI, as well as night-vision goggles.
In our December Update we announced that we would have our next TU, 1.1.0, live on the 18th. After careful consideration by the development team, we are choosing to delay the release of the TU until the latter half of January to ensure its quality.
Our goal is to deliver you polished content and meaningful bug fixes, to do that we need a little more time. This means that the Terminator Live Event and the fixes referenced in the monthly update will be coming to you in the new year.
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we put the final touches on TU 1.1.0.
On the estimate, this update is about to be very big. It includes many changes that are, in general, predisposed to improve the game itself, contemplate a new game approach and fixes that lead to an enhanced gameplay experience.
The most important thing is that the update won’t get an infinite delay, but it’s scheduled to release in the middle of January.