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New Ghost Recon Breakpoint trailer outlines PC features

Take a look at the PC-specific features coming to Ghost Recon Breakpoint when it launches later this year.

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If you’re excited for Ghost Recon Breakpoint later this year, then we’ve got some more news for you. Ubisoft released a brand-new trailer for the game earlier today which showcases some of the more PC-centric features that PC players will be able to expect when the title releases.

Among the features boasted about in the trailer, full PC optimization, ultra-graphics made specifically for the PC, and support for 4K video at an uncapped frame rate are chief among the items that PC players can expect when they dive into the massive adventure this fall. Breakpoint will also support ultra-wide monitors, which means all you PC lovers out there sporting your 21:9 displays will be able to enjoy the lush jungles without any issues.

Players will find full control customization available in Ghost Recon Breakpoint, making it even easier to set your Ghosts up the way you want to. This is a huge thing that really helps set PC gaming apart from consoles, as being able to fully customize the game controls to match your person preference is a very useful feature.

When it comes down to it, the PC version of Ghost Recon Breakpoint is really shaping up to be the premiere version of the game. AMD users will also find themselves with the ability to make use of FidelityFX, while tobii eye trackers will allow users to track their eye movements in gameplay and across menus. The game also features a Discord rich presence that should help users connect with others much more easily.

You can check out the full trailer for all the features above. Ghost Recon Breakpoint is currently set to arrive on October 4, 2019, and will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, so make sure you’re ready to fight for your survival this fall.

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