Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint Title Update 2.0.0 detailed, full patch notes revealed

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint Title Update 2.0.0 releases tomorrow, and Ubisoft has revealed its full patch notes. This new update will bring the promised Immersive Mode. Moreover, it will introduce a Splinter Cell Sam Fisher event.

Going into more details, Title Update 2.0.0 will have three difficulty settings:

  • Regular Experience: Play Ghost Recon Breakpoint the way it was released, with gear level and tiered loot.
  • Immersive Experience: A brand-new experience of the game that removes gear level and tiered loot entirely and offers new tactical options.
  • Custom Experience: Choose your own selection of settings to create a personalized fit.

Furthermore, it will implement Connectivity Assistance. Thus, players who cannot maintain a sustained connection to matchmaking services will now still be able to play solo PvE without being disconnected.

Additionally, this patch will bring some new inventory management tweaks. Also, it will have balance tweaks for numerous weapons and enemy AI.

Naturally, Title Update 2.0.0 will also come with some performance optimizations and bug fixes. For instance, it will have ongoing memory and framerate optimizations. Not only that, but it will add support for the Vulkan API. In addition, it fixes numerous exploits.

You can find the complete list of changes for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s Title Update 2.0.0 here.

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