Ubisoft has announced that Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms will be undergoing a significant update in the near future. Players can expect to see several major systems overhauled in an effort to bring better balance into the game. Changes will be made to customization, matchmaking and the overall game experience. The patch is expected to go live on April 10th.
Ghost Recon Phantoms will go live with the new ModMaster system and weapon camouflages on April 10. Current variants will be removed from the store and replaced by a unique fully customizable model of each weapon. “We wanted to find a way for players to differentiate themselves on the battlefield and create weapons that fit their style, so we created ModMaster to put that power in the hands of our players. This new system is also more cost savvy for players and creates more than half a million weapon configuration possibilities including fire rate, handling, scope and ready-time,” explained Davis. Weapon camos will enable players to customize the skins of their weapons. The first 10 weapon camouflages will be available day of launch and new camouflages will be rolled-out on an ongoing basis.
Find out more on the Ghost Recon Phantoms site.