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Ghost Recon Breakpoint 'Terminator' event takes place on January 29 (update)

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Terminator (Image credit: Paramount Pictures)

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 Terminator event has been delayed until January 2020.
  • You can purchase Ghost Recon Breakpoint for $28 on Amazon (opens in new tab).

Updated January 27, 2020: The event will now start on January 29.

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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.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint was supposed to get Terminator content soon, but it's been pushed back to January 2020. An article by PC Gamer confirmed the delay.

In our December Update we announced that we would have our next TU, 1.1.0, live on the 18th. After careful consideration by the development team, we are choosing to delay the release of the TU until the latter half of January to ensure its quality. Our goal is to deliver you polished content and meaningful bug fixes, to do that we need a little more time. This means that the Terminator Live Event and the fixes referenced in the monthly update will be coming to you in the new year.

Hopefully, the content will be polished when it launches in January. We'll keep you posted as soon as we have a concrete release date.

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."

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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.