Ghost Recon Breakpoint Project Titan raid out now

Ubisoft has released the first raid in Ghost Recon‘s history. Project Titan is free in Breakpoint starting today as part of a new update for PC, PS4, and Xbox One players.

Project Titan introduces a four-player raid. Ubisoft says the raid “will test the teamwork and ability of the most experienced players.” They’re calling it “the game’s toughest end-game challenge.”

Project Titan takes place on Golem Island, an entirely new location off the coast of Auroa featuring unique environments full of sulfur, ashes, and an active volcano. A faction of Wolves, called the Red Wolves, has taken over the island and refactored the AI to work on new lethal prototype drones.

To successfully complete a raid, players will need to destroy four bosses: Baal, Quantum Computer, Gargoyle and Cerberus, each with their own unique design and mechanics that will require tactical coordination and communication to overcome.

Players will need to assemble a full squad of four players each with a Gear Score/Level of over 150 to access Project Titan. The raid will open with Normal difficulty and reward players with some of the best loot and gear in the game.

The raid will be reset weekly, providing a fresh challenge to players by introducing objectives, enemy setups, and rewards. In addition, Easy and Heroic difficulty modes will be introduced in early 2020.

Project Titan is the first major content addition since the launch of Ghost Recon Breakpoint. It follows a series of free updates that brought improvements to the game. The latest patch introduced gender and face selection at any time, improvements to adaptive magazine pouches on tactical vests, and a variety of bug fixes.

The Project Titan update will be released on Google Stadia later this year.

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