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Ubisoft is gearing up for something special as they recently announced a partnership with Studiocanal which will bring the Terminator over to the recently released title Ghost Recon Breakpoint. Yes, that Terminator.

A free event featuring “multiple mission settings, enemies and dialogues inspired from the original 1984 The Terminator movie” will be available for all players until February 6 across all systems (PS4, Xbox One, and PC) and is entirely playable in either solo or co-op mode.

Check out the trailer below:

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Details shared by Ubisoft about the event reveals the following details:

Two main narrative missions will be introduced, during which players will have to rescue and partner with Rasa Aldwin, a woman coming from the future, in the hope of stopping the Terminators’ plans. These two missions will be available starting January 29 and February 1, respectively, and will remain in-game once the event ends. In addition, players will be able to face the challenging T-800 cyborgs in daily warfare and interception missions.

Upon completing missions during the live event, January 29 to February 6, players will be rewarded with exclusive items inspired by The Terminator, including the movie’s iconic punk outfit, as well as exclusive new Terminator weapons and vehicles. Besides the rewards granted by completing the event’s missions, players will be able to further customize their Ghosts with two Terminator-inspired packs, allowing players to fully transform into the Terminator or Kyle Reese in-game.

The Terminator Live Event comes as part of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s Episode I, and follows the launch of the first raid in franchise history as well as a series of free updates that brought major improvements to the game. The game will continue to receive regular updates in the coming months, in line with the commitment made in the Moving Forward letter to expand and improve the game based on player feedback.

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