Ghost Recon Breakpoint gets volcanic 'Project Titan' raid today

Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Ghost Recon Breakpoint (Image credit: Ubisoft)

What you need to know

  • Ghost Recon Breakpoint is a third-person military shooter from Ubisoft.
  • It didn't garner stellar reviews at launch, mostly due to its copious microtransactions.
  • The game just got a raid that takes place in an active volcano.
  • You can purchase Ghost Recon Breakpoint for $28 on Amazon.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint is a third-person military shooter that places a giant bullseye on your back. You're being hunted and it's up to you to liberate the island of Auroa. While the game has received poor reviews since it launched a few months ago, Ubisoft is committed to making it better.

Today, the publisher announced that Project Titan, the first raid in Ghost Recon history, is available today, free for all Ghost Recon Breakpoint players on the Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. If you're on PC, you can also access the game through Uplay+, the company's Xbox Game Pass-like service. Lastly, if you're a Stadia member, Project Titan will be available on Google's new platform later in 2019.

Ubisoft said that Project Titan introduces a four-player raid, which will test the teamwork and ability of the most experienced players as they take on 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, ash, and an active volcano. To successfully complete the raid, players will need to destroy four bosses: Baal, Quantum Computer, Gargoyle, and Cerberus. Additionally, today at 3 PM EST, players can check out the in-game volcano explosion celebrating the opening of Project Titan.

In Windows Central's review, I wrote, "Overall, Ghost Recon Breakpoint is a good game, and one that I didn't expect to like as much as I did. I found Ghost Recon Wildlands to be an incredibly boring experience, and Ghost Recon Breakpoint redeems itself with a better story, voice acting, and gameplay enhancements."



Asher Madan

Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.