Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Online News

Ubisoft explains Ghost Recon Online's launch on Steam Early Access

Ubisoft explains Ghost Recon Online's launch on Steam Early Access

Will use the platform to "fine tune" the game further.

Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Online publisher Ubisoft has explained its decision to launch the long-in-beta shooter via the increasingly-popular Steam Early Access.

Its launch on Valve's digital platform follows a string of Early Access successes, such as Rust and DayZ. Yesterday, Bugbear decided to sell its unfinished Next Car Game via the service.

Ubisoft is the first big third-party publisher to dabble with the platform.

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Ghost Recon Online open beta online

Free-to-play PC shooter Ghost Recon Online has moved into open beta, publisher Ubisoft has quietly announced.

The game is now publicly available to download and play, a message on the Ghost Recon Online blog revealed.

You'll need a free Uplay account to sign up - if you've played a Ubisoft game over the last few years, its likely you'll have a login knocking around.

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EGXGhost Recon and ShootMania developer sessions at Rezzed

Ubisoft Singapore and Nadeo join packed schedule.

Not content with Peter Molyneux, Randy Pitchford, Dean Hall and Paul Wedgwood (plus all the others), we're happy to announce today that Ghost Recon Online and ShootMania Storm will also be on next week's Rezzed developer session schedule.

Ubisoft uncertain on Ghost Recon Online Wii U release date

Ubisoft uncertain on Ghost Recon Online Wii U release date

PC version has needed "all-hands-on-deck".

Ubisoft is uncertain on when Ghost Recon Online will launch on Wii U.

The free-to-play PC shooter was confirmed for Nintendo's next console back at E3 2011, alongside fellow Ubisoft titles Assassin's Creed 3 and Killer Freaks From Outer Space (now ZombiU).

But, this year, Ghost Recon Online was notably missing from the publisher's Wii U line-up.

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Ubisoft announces Ghost Recon Online

Ubisoft announces Ghost Recon Online

Tactical shooter goes free-to-play.

Ubisoft has taken the wraps off Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Online, a PC MMO take on its long-running tactical shooter franchise.

Developed by Ubisoft Singapore, it will be free-to-play with premium items available for purchase.

Gameplay details are thin on the ground right now, but it seems you'll be able to choose between three different classes of soldier, each of which will be fully customisable. Regular events and content updates are promised, as well as a "rich lobby platform" for hosting social and persistent progression features.

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