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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint Operation Motherland will introduce new Conquest Mode & progression system

Ubisoft has announced that Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Breakpoint: Operation Motherland will be available on November 2nd. This free update will introduce a new Conquest Mode, an updated progression system, and Optical Camo.

In Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Operation Motherland, players will help Karen Bowman and the outcasts liberate the island of Auroa which is at the center of an upcoming global conflict.

In Operation Motherland players will discover new weapons including the M110, the ACR and the SR-1 as well as a new enemy faction, cosmetic gear and Russian vehicle skins in Maria’s Shop.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Operation Motherland will include:

  • New alternative mode: Conquest mode. With Conquest Mode, each mission will have an impact on the world dynamic, such as increasing Outcast patrols, decreasing enemy presence or deactivating drone swarms, offering new tactical options to players.
  • An updated progression system will provide long-term objectives with a maximum XP level that will increase to 99.
  • The return of an all-time favorite gameplay feature: Optical camo. Available with Conquest mode, optical camo allows the player to be invisible to enemies until a certain distance, the more a player progresses in the game, the more effective the camouflage is. Once the optical camo is unlocked, players will also be able to enjoy it in the Story mode.


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