Next Ghost Recon Is First-Person Shooter Inspired By Modern Warfare

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Release Expected Between 2025 And 2026!

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  • A report reveals more details about the next Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon release.
  • The game is based on a first-person perspective and takes inspiration from the current Modern Warfare IP.
  • It will also feature revamped visuals, with a release expected in 2025-2026.

Ubisoft has major plans for the future, with the release of games like Assassin’s Creed Red. The publisher is also working on another Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon entry, with the latest game shipping in 2019.

According to a report, the next entry is in development and takes place in the fictional Naiman War. It also seems to be taking inspiration from Infinity War’s popular Call of Duty Modern Warfare series.

Why it matters: The Modern Warfare series took Call of Duty in a fresh direction in 2019, so Ubisoft may be hoping to do the same for Ghost Recon.

Insider Gaming has learned that the next title in the series will be released between 2025 and 2026. This would mean that Ubisoft is looking to spend anywhere from six to seven years on development, making it the most ambitious new entry.

Also, it seems like the franchise is heading back to its roots by returning to the first-person shooter genre. Recent entries like Ghost Recon Wildlands have been third-person shooters, so this will be a nice change of pace for the IP.

Interestingly, the source claims Call of Duty is a major inspiration for the upcoming games. In particular, it points to the Modern Warfare series, teasing a gritty take on war stories like 2019’s Modern Warfare reboot.

This inspiration doesn’t come as a surprise. The Call of Duty series is massive, with even the worst-rated games setting records most publishers would dream of.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
Project Over Will Take The Series In A Fresh But Familiar Direction

Overall, using Modern Warfare as an inspiration might not be a bad idea for Ubisoft. The report teases various dark and controversial moments in the story, which will be used to portray the grim realities of war.

Like past entries, Project Over will revolve around the Ghosts and secret missions.

The leak also revealed that Project Over’s graphics are vastly superior to any of its predecessors. This means the developers are going all out with this entry, and games like Call of Duty might face stiff competition in the coming years.

The developer itself has yet to reveal official information, and we don’t expect much to be shared anytime soon, given the 2025-2026 release target.

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