Ghost Recon Breakpoint Servers Went Down Down for the Moment

Update: Ubisoft has responded with a small comment regarding the issue. They are aware of it and are attempting to fix it. You can read their comment here.

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It looks for the time being Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s servers are down as of right now. Given that this is the day the game launched and players are jumping into it with excitement, it’s going to make sense.

If you were expecting the servers to be perfect when the game launches, you might not have been around when Destiny 2 launcher earlier this week. For big, blockbuster games around this time of year, it’s going to happen, and the development team is hard at work doing their best to resolve the situation.

It doesn’t look like the development team has posted it on their Twitter page right now, but you can expect this to change as players reach out regarding it.

Those who have been playing Breakpoint all week, it may serve as an excellent break to try something else or figure the location of that one particular blueprint you’ve been looking for since you started.

Overall, Breakpoint has had a relatively quiet and comfortable to handle the game launch. The development team had a handful of errors pop-up when players tried to log in, but several of them were tied to players not having access to the Breakpoint game before it released. There were some issues on the matter regarding how the editions worked, and some players were not able to get into the game due to the Uplay subscription not working. The Ubisoft team has been hard at work, ensuring the launch went smoothly.

Most players are dealing with the SILENT-50001 error right now. We have a brief guide breaking down what it means.

If you’re interested in checking out Breakpoint, make sure to check out our review of the game, which I wrote. I thought the game was excellent and I had a great time with it. I highly recommend it to anyone who can get a few friends together to coordinate online.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint launched today, and with the servers down, you can expect Ubisoft is jumping on it immediately to get things handled and taken care of before players riot.