Ghost Recon: Breakpoint looked like it was going to really good: It built on Ghost Recon: Wildlands, which is really good, it had Jon Bernthal, and it even had Jon Bernthal’s dog. And then it came out, and it really was not. Ubisoft took a stab at fixing it but realized in short order that more drastic measures were required, so in October 2019 it committed to a significant overhaul that it said would deliver a “more radical and immersive version” of the game.

After a bit of a delay, that more immersive mode, called Ghost Experience, arrived last week, along with a free weekend that ended today. It must have gone reasonably well, as Ubisoft seems eager to continue showing it off: Today it unveiled a new Friend Pass that will enable people who own the game to play online with up to three friends who don’t, as well as an ongoing trial period that grants full access to everyone for six hours.

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