AI teammates have always been useful stable in the Ghost Recon franchise. When you’ve seen game demonstrations with Ubisoft, the main character, Nomad, has always had a squad of three other companions with him to make fighting the massive armor of Wolves significantly easier. Are you going to get the chance to jump into the game with a handful of AI allies who are going to watch your back?
Are There AI Teammates in Ghost Recon Breakpoint?
You’re in for some unfortunate news because this time around you’re going to find yourself on your own. You’re not going to have access to any AI teammates in the game. You’re going to need to rely on your skills or jump into a game with some friends who are playing on the same platform as you are. Some players might find it challenging to play the game with friends who are playing on different consoles. At this time, Breakpoint does not have any cross-platform capabilities available. If you’re on PC, you can only play with those who are on PC. This goes for those playing on the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4.
However, you’re not going to find things that are going to be too difficult for you to not do by yourself. You’re going to need to be a bit smarter and clever with your tactics to take on some of the larger bases, though. These tasks are only going to be a little time consuming while playing the game because you’re going against an overwhelming force. Those who are playing by themselves are likely going to want to stay to the easier game modes.
When I first played the game, I went up to the second hardest difficulty. I usually find myself enjoying the second hardest one, wanting a little challenge with my game mechanics. After a few times of getting my Ghost Recon Nomad behind handed to me, I figured it was better to go down the notch and continue playing the game.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint is certainly a multiplayer game. You’re going to want to jump into it with friends and explore Auroa together because those Wolves are hungry, and they’re hunting you.