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News video games 11 March 2024, 03:21

author: Maciej Gaffke

Ubisoft’s Upcoming Ghost Recon Is Expected to Draw Inspiration From COD: Modern Warfare, Battlefield, and Ready or Not (Rumor)

Ubisoft is allegedly taking inspiration from the Call of Duty and Battlefield series for the next installment of Ghost Recon. Acclaimed insider Tom Henderson has revealed more details about the next installment in this popular shooter series.

Source: Ubisoft.

The first rumors about Ubisoft's work on a new installment of the Ghost Recon series appeared two years ago, but only recently have we received more specific info about it. According to renowned industry insider Tom Henderson, the next Ghost Recon may be released around 2025-2026.

  1. Henderson has confirmed that the consecutive installment of Ghost Recon is being developed under the working title "Project Over."
  2. The devs are to return to the first-person view (present, among others, in the first installment from 2001).
  3. Reportedly, the game will be a tactical shooter, drawing inspiration from the most popular FPP shooters. These include the sub-series Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the Battlefield series, or even Ready or Not.
  4. The action is to be set in the south-eastern country, where the fictional Naiman War is taking place. According to the reports, our goal will be to infiltrate the conflict-affected area to conduct "secret missions" and identify the "traitor."
  5. Controversial scenes are also expected to appear in the game. For instance, our team is supposed to be a hair's breadth away from shooting a man with a child in his arms because they think he is actually holding a bomb.
  6. Interestingly, Henderson saw a fragment of the gameplay of the next Ghost Recon. The journalist observed a notable enhancement in the graphics compared to the previous releases of the series. Apparently, the visual presentation quality can be likened to the aforementioned Ready or Not, which was released in 2023.

Let's remind that the previous installment of the series Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon from Ubisoft - titled Breakpoint - hit the market in 2019. However, it wasn't well received by reviewers and players, as confirmed by the ratings on Metacritic. The average score from 59 critics for this title on PlayStation 4 is only 56 out of 100.

  1. Ubisoft - official website

Maciej Gaffke

Maciej Gaffke

At, deals with writing news. Graduated in Polish philology and sightseeing and historical tourism at the University of Gdansk, which is related to his other "non-game" interests - history, books, and travel. As for video games themselves - once a fan of FPS, now converted to action-adventure games. Also interested in fighting games (especially Mortal Kombat), RPGs, and all titles focused on single-player. From time to time, likes to play tennis, volleyball, or football. Proud resident of Pomerania and Puck.