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Ghost Recon Breakpoint Update 4.0.0 is 23GB in size, full patch notes

Ubisoft has revealed the full patch notes for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s Title Update 4.0.0. This Update will be huge as it will weigh around 23GB, and will release on May 25th at 9 AM UTC.

Going into more details, this patch adds Teammates progression. Players will be able to progress their AI teammates and unlock new upgrades for them. This will be available to all players once they have unlocked their AI teammates through the onboarding.

Additionally, this patch will fix an issue where the game was crashing while processing long sentences when using the narrator accessibility feature. It will also fix an issue where players could experience a crash when loading one of their saves.

Below you can find the full patch notes for this update!

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint Title Update 4.0.0 Release Notes

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