If you can cast your memory back to the launch of the Xbox Series X and Series S, you may remember Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint received a next-gen update (which was praised by Digital Foundry). Now, it sounds like further enhancements could be on the way according to some updated Xbox pages.
Originally, the update introduced two options: Performance Mode at 1080p/60FPS and Resolution Mode, which delivered 4K at 30FPS on Xbox Series X. As for Xbox Series S, the game was updated to run at 1440p at 30FPS at all times.
A leaked Microsoft Store listing discovered by Twitter user Aggiornamenti Lumia now shows updated cover art for the Ultimate Edition version of the game, along with an Xbox Series X|S badge, suggesting more enhancements might be on the way. Could we possibly be seeing an upgrade to 4K/60FPS?
Additionally, Xbox's optimised for Series X|S page has updated the game's next-gen availability to "coming soon" with Smart Delivery ticked. It's seeming likely that a native next-gen version could be on the way instead of just a performance boost.
Ubisoft has been updating several of its titles for next-gen systems in recent months. A standout is Assassin's Creed Odyssey, which received a surprise upgrade to 60FPS without the need for FPS Boost. With the potential of Ghost Recon: Breakpoint receiving an upgrade, perhaps more of Ubisoft's previous games will follow suit.
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