Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Red Patriot Trailer Shows Off New Enemy and More Updates

Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Red Patriot Trailer Shows Off New Enemy and More Updates

Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Red Patriot features a brand new story involving a Russian separatist's group, a new class, new PvP map, and more.

During the UbiFoward event, we got a new trailer for the upcoming Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Red PatriotThe Return of the Bodarks. It shows off quite a bit of story, as players must stop a rogue Major Pyotr Bukharov and his group the Raven’s Rock. You can watch said trailer below:

In Episode 3 you’ll have to face one of the Ghost’s biggest threats: the Russian separatist group Raven’s Rock and their agents, the Bodarks. Players will have access to a new class, a new PVP map, and more. And as a bonus you can play the first two missions for free.

Red Patriot will be releasing on September 15th for PS4, Xbox One, and PC; you can pick up a copy of the game on Amazon. Be sure to read our review of the game here if you’re on the fence about getting the main game. For first time players you can read our class guide and figure out which of the four classes is best for you, or check out our rundown of five useful tips for surviving your first playthrough.

The previous update for Ghost Recon Breakpoint released back in July drops AI teammates as an option for solo players. Anyone jumping into the game alone can decide with a simple menu option to add or remove the AI teammates at any time, so you can choose to go rogue or build a squad at will. Also included in the update were more Ghost War PvP content and some quality of life improvements.

A previous March update let players can fight alongside Sam Fisher in a brand new adventure to stop “The Strategist,” who has been kidnapping military specialists all over the world. The first mission of the Ghost Recon Breakpoint update Deep State is free, but you need the Year 1 Pass to play it in its entirety. Additionally, the new Engineer and Echelon classes was introduced and made free for everyone.


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