The Art Of Ghost Recon Breakpoint

The Art Of Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Image: Alexis Rives
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The new Ghost Recon is out, and while it’s maybe not a high water mark for the series, it’s still got some cool guns and drones and Jon Berthals that we’ll take a look at tonight in this feature on the art that went into the making of the game.

This isn’t every piece from everyone who was on Breakpoint, but it’s a good cross-section of stuff ranging from concept sketches to 3D modelling.

You’ll find links to each featured artist’s portfolio in their names below.

Alexis Rives

Geoffrey Bire

Wil Wells

Joe Gloria

Aymeric Thevenot

Mathieu Frossard

loïc [Liok] bramoullé

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