Sadly for the fans of this game, Ubisoft recently announced that they will demise Ghost Recon Phantoms. A community manager revealed that GRP (Ghost Recon Phantoms) wasn’t as successful as they would have wished. On top of that, Ubisoft said that the game is now in its final cycle of development. However, they did not show concrete areas where the game is not performing as it should.
The company said that the game was a “tremendous undertaking”, which is why they want to bring the gamers a new take on the franchise. Moreover, they thanked the fans for the moments and fun they all shared together. Ubisoft will be letting their fans continue playing for three months. As such, you can say goodbye forever to Ghost Recon Phantoms on the first of December. Even though the shop found in the game will still be available until that date, you will not be able to buy coins anymore.
This game was initially known as Ghost Recon Online and it is in fact a F2P third-person shooter game that can be played in multiplayer mode. It was in fact a part of the Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon series and it entered the beta testing phase in 2011.
In 2012 they released a beta version for PC, but the final version received the official launch in April 2014. During all this time, the game had quite a serious community of players that were really interested and spent lots of time playing it. For them, this news are not nice at all.
The game closure will bring with itself the closing down of the GRP official forum. According to Ubisoft’s declarations, they will still keep user data, but they will not share it with third parties. However, if you want to, you can request their customer support to delete your data.