The Ghost Recon: Front­line closed test­ing peri­od has been delayed indef­i­nite­ly. Ubisoft announced that it decid­ed to post­pone the test­ing peri­od, although they did not explain the rea­son for the delay.

The devel­op­ment team is ded­i­cat­ed to cre­at­ing the best expe­ri­ence pos­si­ble,” Ubisoft said. “Thank you for your ongo­ing sup­port.” More details will be shared on the new date for Front­line’s test­ing peri­od at some point in the future.

Front­line was announced as part of Ubisoft­’s 20th anniver­sary Ghost Recon stream. The game’s announce­ment trail­er was not favored by fans–at all.

Ubisoft Bucharest is devel­op­ing Ghost Recon: Front­line, and it’s a large-scale PvP shoot­er that wish­es to keep the tac­ti­cal lega­cy of the series, while switch­ing to a first-per­son shoot­er expe­ri­ence. You can check out more info on Ghost Recon: Front­line, here.