The Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta was due to start today, but had to be delayed by Ubisoft. In a tweet this morning they advised the start of the beta would be pushed back, as they want to try to provide the best experience possible to players, and need to do some infrastructure work.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta Silent-30086 Error Code
[UPDATE] We are currently investigating an issue that is impacting connection. Our teams are working on a solution and will continue to update you via this thread. We appreciate your patience.
— Ghost Recon (@GhostRecon) September 26, 2019
When players try to log in to the beta, they are getting an error message that just reads “Silent-30086”. Ubisoft seem well aware of the problem, and tweeted an update about the connection issues the beta is currently seeing to advise that they are working to find a solution as soon as possible.
There isn’t really much you can do from your end other than take solace in the idea that you are not suffering through the problem alone. Not all players seem to be affected, so if you have been able to log in and play then you can consider yourself one of the lucky ones.
Ubisoft have no said yet if they expect to extend the beta time due to the delay, and subsequent log in issues. At the moment the beta is still planned to end on September 29.
Update: After watching carefully over the last couple of days, the Silent-30086 error is clearly a generic error that will populate whenever you cannot make a connection to the game servers. As such, there is nothing to be done from your end, and any issues need to be resolved by Ubisoft.
Keep in mind, if the beta ends, you will more than likely be able to try and connect, but will get the error message. The beta is due to end at 7am PDT, 10am EDT on September 29.