Ubisoft has officially ended the development of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint. The company said in an announcement it will continue to maintain its servers for both Ghost Recon Breakpoint and its predecessor Ghost Recon Wildlands, but didn't explain for how long.

Ubisoft has been on a bumpy road with Tom Clancy's franchise over the last few years. While Breakpoint had a troubled launch over its focus on a tiered gear system, Ubisoft brought more criticism by adding support for non-fungible tokens (NFT) last year.

Although Ubisoft didn't tie its games with NFTs, the Montreuil-based game company triggered a wave of hate after it had launched a special NFT marketplace called Quartz. However, it seems Ubisoft has no plans to suspend its support for digital collectibles as the company told GamesIndustry.biz in a commentary it will continue its NFT-related experiments with other titles.

Ubisoft launched its latest game in the popular tactical shooter series in October 2019. The game is available on Windows PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Google's Stadia.

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