Update: Ghost Recon Breakpoint developer Ubisoft has confirmed that the beta phase is delayed.
According to a Ubisoft tweet, the developer is working behind the scenes to get the infrastructure ready for launch.
"Ghosts, in order to guarantee a smooth experience for all players, we need to finalize the preparation of our infrastructure before we can open the servers to everyone. We apologize for the delay and will announce an update ASAP."
ORIGINAL: Ghost Recon Breakpoint fans are unable to log in to open beta due to a server error.
Ghost Recon fans are greeted by the SILENT-30086 error when trying to jump to the Breakpoint beta.
Fans dropped their frustrations on Twitter, though support for Ubisoft has yet to be answered.
"It's usually time to time at 313pm, and the ghost beta is assumed to be live on the Xbox One, but it's not," one fan reported.
"@UbisoftSupport I keep getting an error when trying to load in the spirit of Recon Breakpoint open beta, which says 'silent-30086'. Can you solve this? "
"Hi, I want to report a problem on ghost servers when I open the game ((press (X) to get started)) shows me when I press (X) tells me I'm connecting to ubisoft servers then the problem shows me . "It tells me failure and the name is (Silent-30086)," writes another post.
"@UbisoftSupport can't say open beta for ghost breaks, I keep silent-30086 error code. I'm not sure if your servers are down or I can't connect for some reason."
Exhaustion is also chosen by Dundector, who monitors network services and whether there are any problems.
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The Ghost Recon Breakpoint Beta allows fans to band together in groups of four to solve different missions.
While there is some confusion about the exact beta content, it appears that the open beta will contain four player cards, including Skell Port, PMC Camp, Cold War Bunker and Desert Port. Ghost war will also be available to try.
Six regions will also be featured on the open beta stage, including Argyll, Infinity, Sinking Country, Fen Bog, Smuggler Coves and Mount Hodgson.
Fans will be able to try out five main story missions as well as Aurora side missions to find out more about the new setting.
Attendees of this year's closed beta will also be pleased to hear that Ubisoft has made some major changes to the game ahead of the open beta.
According to Ghost Recon Breakpoint sticker notes, fans can expect better controls for the main character, complete with improved response and faster acceleration.
Ubisoft has also mixed things up to make Extreme Difficulty mode even more challenging.
"The mini-card red lights indicating the enemy's presence have been removed to provide increased immersion and challenge," the investor explains.