From one of the developers behind the original Rainbow Six® and Ghost Recon® games, comes a thinking-man's first-person shooter featuring in-depth character and weapon customization. Take your time. Think ahead. Get the job done.
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Aug 14, 2018

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Note: This Early Access game is not complete and may or may not change further. If you are not excited to play this game in its current state, then you should wait to see if the game progresses further in development. Learn more

What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

GROUND BRANCH is becoming available as an Early Access title to gather valuable revenue and community feedback that will help shape further development of the game. We are designing GROUND BRANCH for ourselves as well as those gamers that crave the "old school" experiences that can't be found in gaming today, and BlackFoot Studios wants to make sure we hit that mark head-on.

While GROUND BRANCH will be finished regardless of revenue generated from Early Access, making it available will allow us to considerably accelerate development and achieve a higher level of polish.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“Realistically, 18–24 months, depending on resources and those unforeseen hiccups all independent developers must face.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“During Early Access, we plan to do a complete overhaul of the temporary sound system and assets, as well as a complete animation upgrade. The A.I. will be continually developed and revised. And, of course, a lot of new content—gear, characters, maps—will be added. We'll also be doing what we can to open up GROUND BRANCH to the community for modding and expansion; expect full modding capabilities towards the end of Early Access.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“A solid—albeit work-in-progress—playable experience. Includes both co-operative and adversarial online multi-player game modes, with enough features and content, and plenty of player and settings customization options to give you a feel for the game and where it is heading, all while providing an enjoyable experience well worth the money.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“Yes. Early Access will cost less than the full release. Final pricing is yet to be determined.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“We plan to continue discussing ideas and features with the community via forums, official Discord server and other media, as well as encouraging feedback via the in-game Bugs & Issues menu.”
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December 24, 2018

BUILD UPDATE #008: Holiday Hotfix

Updated Dec 27 2018, 03:00 UTC

We told you to expect a new Build Update before Christmas, didn't we?

We totally did.

Well, here it is. Build Update #008 is meant as a smaller hotfix patch, but it doesn't fall too short of previous updates. It includes updated red dot/holo reticlesa long-awaited weapon platform, and a bunch of miscellaneous fixes and improvements.

NOTE: All dedicated servers must be updated to work with the newest build.

Onto the highlights, shall we?


Updated red dot and holo reticles
We're testing new reticles for all non-magnified optics: Reflex Small, Reflex Large, CompM2, Red Dot Pro and Micro T-1 red dot sights, as well as the holographic Holo Sight and V3 Holo Sight.

New red dot (top) and holo (bottom) reticles. Seen here with Temporal AA on.

The new red dot reticles should display rounder, more authentic (smaller) aiming dots and have increased brightness to compensate for the decreased visibility that the more accurate scales bring. The holo reticles should be crisper and thinner, with much smaller dots.

As with everything else, these reticles are a work in progress and their appearance may vary drastically depending on background, lighting conditions, anti-aliasing method, resolution and other video settings. We'll be watching how well they work in different situations—with your feedback—and make adjustments as we go.

› Keep in mind that we'll be adding adjustable reticle brightness in the future, so you'll be able to pick the best brightness setting for each situation.

Known issues
These issues are not new to the updated reticles, but due to the more realistic scales, they may become more pronounced:
  • Temporal AA (an anti-aliasing method you can select in Settings > Video > Anti-Aliasing Method) is known to cause illuminated reticles to flicker/thin down with movement, albeit providing a better picture when stationary, particularly with holo sights.
  • FXAA, on the other hand, provides a more consistent (but less smooth) reticle image. The holo reticles, for instance, may have the dots become difficult to see under certain conditions and/or be too thin to render on screen at certain angles/resolutions. We're looking into how to provide a more consistent output with either method, and will be adjusting effects and textures for visibility as we go.
This is a persistent issue that might affect more optics now due to the new reticles:
  • Reticles might not show up with the G33 Magnifier "switched on". To work around the issue, make sure the problematic optics are at least 2 rail slots apart.

Hold Aim
You can now aim down the sights by holding Aim (default Right Mouse Button) instead of pressing once to aim and again to return to the previous posture. To switch Aim from a Toggle to a Hold action, go to Settings > Gameplay > Aim Style (on the right-hand column) and select "Hold" from the drop-down menu. Let us know how it feels for you!

The most requested piece of gear in GB's history so far is finally here: the modernized tactical AK, dubbed AK-74 MWI.

Screenshot by Jeza aka JezaGooner. Cheers, Jez!

With Midwest Industries furniture, it has plenty of rail space for your favorite attachments.

Known issues
  • As an AK, it shares a faulty reload animation with the existing AK platforms where the top of the magazine clips through it. We're still on the lookout for the right animator to get all of this stuff sorted out.
  • The Rail Adapter for the regular AK weapons is mistakenly enabled as a bugged attachment for the AK-74 MWI.

Beanie + ComTac combo
The more observant may have noticed that in the AK-74 MWI image above, our intrepid operator was wearing a beanie with the ComTac headset. To rock that totally operator look, do as you would with other headset-enabled headgear—simply enter headgear customization by clicking the + button next to the item in the menu, select the headset from the Attachments menu and drag-and-drop it on the item. Bam—you no longer have to choose between weather-appropriate and tactical.

Other gear fixes

SDASS Martial pump-action reload
The bug where the SDASS ignores the racking animation and fires in semi-auto has been fixed. It now works like the pump-action shotgun that it is.

Micro T-1, piggyback-style

As promised in the last update, the Micro T-1 can now "piggyback" on railed scopes like the ACOG 6x48 and PM-II. Note that only the regular T-1 (non-"Tall" version) can be mounted piggyback-style.

G33 Magnifier flipped-to-side angle
The G33 now sits at 90 degrees when switched to the side, as the real-life mount does.

Aiming defaults to the secondary sight (piggyback, offset or co-witnessed) instead of the primary sight.

That concludes the highlights for this year's (likely) last update. Don't forget you can always discuss this and every update with the community on the comments below as well as Facebook, Twitter, Discord and our forums.

Whether you have been following us from the first time GB was mentioned online or whether you bought it sometime after it finally launched on Steam Early Access: Thank you so much for your continued support throughout this long road.

From the BlackFoot Studios team, partners and friends… Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and we hope to see you next year!

Build version: 1025

Steam ID: 3426428
Size: 108 MB

Dedicated server
Steam ID: 3426432
Size: 28 MB

FIXED * FIXED Holo Sight reticle being to low * FIXED slight zoom in when using optical sight * was old code designed to prevent optics clipping through camera and maximise view of said optic * side benefit - side mounted optics now works * FIXED firing while reloading overriding LocalMontageInfo in ability system * recoil and related fx now handled old school - replicated byte on the character * FIXED MP5 Navy and MP5SD6 iron sights * FIXED MP7A2 content redirects * FIXED SVD's slow firing rate * FIXED being able to cycle SDASS Martial one handed. * FIXED collision on S_MERGED_LogGroundLong_17 used in ShootingRange_Geo * FIXED issue with Micro T1 that had reticle on lens part of mesh an dnot its own plane * FIXED AK74MWI now properly collides with environment * FIXED magnifier being treated as a working sight when rotated to "off" position * FIXED AK74MWI bottom rail not accepting attachments CONTENT * Adjusted Reddot reticles to be smaller and brighter * Added ability to select headset while wearing Watchcap (Beanie) * removed training game mode from blocked game modes in WBP_HostGame * Can now more easily run training maps in MP mode * New weapon - AK74_MWI * Added in AK74 MWI ui icon * New glass material for optics * Adjusted G33 magnifier to only rotate 90degrees as it does in real life * Added tool tips and UI message about arm patches being currently disabled and not working in game * changed voice falloff distance from 5000 to 3000 units CODE * exposed bMomentaryAim to UI under Settings -> Gameplay :: Firearm Section * created WBP_SaveFailed fullscreen overlay * displays file in question * prompts for user to add binaries to the exception list of any anti-virus/anti-malware software they are running. * added to character and item editors for when a kit fails to save * added to WBP_FrontEndMenuManager to check write access when the game loads. * cleaned out old variables from firearm Blueprints * updated GBGameplayAbility_ReloadTubeMag and related Blueprints * changed checking for tube contents to using a simple pre-cached 'target' based on tube contents at the start of the reload * added check for bolt locked open or spent shell inside that will then release the bolt or chamber another shelll * improved the animations / animation montages where possible * stopped predictive client cancelling montages or ability early * updated GBGameplayAbility_ReloadExtMag * stopped predictive client cancelling ability early * improved SetNextSection() * created AGBRailAttachment::GetParentFirearm() * added PostSightSetup assignable delegate to GBSightComponent * updated GBFirearm * removed unused SightComponents array * added PostSightSetup delegate broadcast at end of SetupSightComponents() for every sight assigned to a sight group. * added check to SelectSightComponent() to prevent it selecting an offset optical sight as the default sight * updated ZeroSightComponents() so that it actually zeros each sight. * It was still set to old SightComponents array - did anyone actually notice? :P * added UseRound() blueprint implementable function to allow manually cycled firearms to handle ammunition feed count adjustments * removed blocking volumes from ShootingRange_Geo * updated AM_Reload_MP5 * adjusted bollt/cocking handling curves and notifiers to try to better match the animation * adjusted remove mag notifier to improve position of removed magazine * updated GBRoundManager * updated PreRoundFreezeStartedDefaults() to generate a list of players waiting to spawn * created SpawnWaitingPlayersTimer() to cycle through list of players waiting to spawn until each player is spawned * if it fails to spawn a character 20 times, will return to ready up. * should fix issue where player is left behind in RR or forced to spectator mode instead.
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December 13, 2018

BUILD UPDATE #007: Muster

A new GROUND BRANCH Build Update is available!

With a first pass on listen server capability, some A.I. tweaks and a new optic—among other additions and fixes—#007 should be a pretty exciting one.

NOTE: All dedicated servers must be updated to work with the newest build!

Before we move on, we'd like to remind those who use Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to follow us on our social media channels. The more our online presence grows, the more people will know about our game, the bigger our community will get, and the faster development will progress. So if you do social media, make sure to give us a follow, share our content when possible and help us reach more players!

Full patch notes await at the end of the post, but you know the drill: highlights first.


Listen servers [EXPERIMENTAL]
A first pass of the long-requested listen server capability has been implemented. This means you can now host your own GB server from your PC without having to setup a dedicated server.

It's prone to issues at this point and not yet a streamlined process, but here's what you need to do if you'd like to host a listen server:
  1. Make sure your router and Windows Firewall are configured to have the following ports open:
    • 7777 UDP
    • 27015 UDP
  2. Select Host Game from the Main Menu.
  3. Set up your server preferences:
    • Type — Selects whether you're hosting over the Internet or a local area network (LAN). Note: LAN is currently not supported.
    • Players — Sets the maximum number of players for your server. Note: Although the drop-down menu does not reflect it, the max capacity for PvP game modes is 16 players; this can be changed manually via the console command MaxPlayers=X (where X is the player capacity). For a comprehensive list of all server console commands, refer to this guide.
    • Game Mode — Selects the game mode. Note: PvP game modes in particular may be missing rules or have confusing parameters. Our next major update aims to address these issues and make game modes more clear-cut, organized and varied. Stay with us!
    • Time Limit — Defines how long (minutes) until the game ends and the map changes.
    • Round Time — Defines how long (minutes) each round should last.
  4. Click Host.
With your server created, your friends can now join it by bringing up the console (default Tilde [~] or Multiply [* or ×] keys on your numpad), typing open <your IP> (find out your IP address here) and pressing Enter.

» As noted, this is only a first pass on this functionality; you will be able to join listen servers via the Server Browser in the future, of course!

Known issues
  • If the server isn't available/properly setup once the client attempts to join, the game will crash after a few seconds.
  • Once joined, Fire may not respond. The issue should resolve itself after a short time and/or by switching weapons a few times (we couldn't determine, so please inform us if you do).
  • Various replication issues may occur.

Enemy A.I.

Further tweaks
As always, the A.I. is a constant and ongoing process. In this update, a few more key changes have been made, and Kris goes over them in this little video:
To sum it up:
  • Though still missing animations, bad guys now visibly transition via ladders and should generally navigate more fluidly.
  • They are now more selective in their firing and cease fire when direct line of sight is lost—so no more full-auto mag dumps.
  • Enemies can now see through chain link fences.
  • When line of sight is broken, they will move to the player's last known location.
  • They should attempt to find cover to reload.
While it's generally still at a rudimentary state, enemy A.I. should now act a bit smarter and utilize the environment better when dealing with threats. Let us know what you think of this implementation.

New editable A.I. values
As mentioned earlier in Kris' video, two values (RecoilCompensationSkill and AimErrorPeriod) have been tweaked and are now also editable via the AISettings.ini file (located at …\Steam\steamapps\common\Ground Branch\GroundBranch\Config). Feel free to experiment with these values and let us know how it went!

» For a guide on the other values in AISettings.ini, check out this link.

NEW OPTIC: Micro T-1
A new red dot sight has been added to the attachments selection: the Micro T-1.

Made popular by its reliability, small size and light weight, the T-1 is available in two versions: one regular and one with a tall spacer, both on a lever-release mount.

Micro T-1 (regular): For most uses, including canted (offset) mounts. (We forgot to add the ability to piggyback-mount the T-1 on railed scopes, but that will be in the next update. Whoops!)

Micro T-1 (tall): Normally used on ARs (M16, M4, Mk 18 etc.), the tall spacer mount is required for proper sight alignment with the G33 Magnifier.

Sight picture. (We'll be working on those red dot reticles for more accurate dimensions soon.)

G33 Magnifier alignment issues
The alignment issues with the G33 have been ironed out: it should now line up correctly with sights as appropriate.

» We haven't been able to look into the issue of disappearing reticles (with the G33 + holo sight combos), but as before, the workaround is to simply move the magnifier a notch or two away from the sight (or vice-versa).

We hope this update will improve your GROUND BRANCH experience and keep you operatin' out there. Expect another Build Update before Christmas, and don't forget to stay tuned for more news via our social media channels. See you next update and, as always, thanks for the support!


Build version: 1025

Steam ID: 3381094
Size: 546 MB

Dedicated server
Steam ID: 3381096
Size: 34.7 MB

FIXED * fixed firearm WBP_FirearmCustomisation not allowing sights if there is no sight-only rail present * fixed various navlinks used to allow movement through doors on SmallTown, Depot and StorageFacility * FIXED incorrect placement of suppressor on 416 and 416 Shorty * fixed GA_AK74_Reload looping * fixed AIThreatSelectionComponent setting AI's focal point to IncomingFireOrigin when it was 0,0,0 * fixed looping firing sound again again (I hope again again) * fixed BTTask_ShootFirearm / BTTask_StopFiring not stopping the AI from firing when aborted * FIXED Sights now line up properly with G33Magnifier * FIXED setup weapon recoil to previous values before Abilities system change * fixed being able to shoot in RR if you spawn into RR before the shooting range triggers (I hope) * fixed movement speed bug which would use engaged/ready position speeds even when you didn't have a firearm equipped * fixed handgun close ready collision moving the handgun behind the characters back * fixed replcated dropped static mesh based items appearing at 0,0,0 before first collision. AI * updated AI behaviour tree and related Blackboard to support climbing up/down ladders ** ENGINE CHANGES ** * reverted old fix/hack in AISense_Sight that would check for multiple channels against visibility instead of just the "DefaultSightCollisionChannel" * created EQS_FindLocationBehind to allow AI to move back a bit to clear an obstructed firearm. * created EQS_FindLocationParralell to allow AI to move sideways a bit to move to somewhere where a team mate isn't in the way * created BTTask_ClearFocus to allow BT to reset focus after threat is lost etc. * updated BT_GBAI * switched to using BTDecorator_IsVectorSet when checking if various vectors were valid or not to stop them moving to or aiming to 0,0,0 * can now reload with or without a threat. * will attempt to find cover before reloading * when losing sight of a threat, AI will stop firing * when losing sight of a threat, AI will now move to a random location near the where they last saw them. * disabled usage of suppression branch - was causing AI to spaz out. * added variables to GBAIController to control recoil compensation and aim error (see DefaultAISettings.ini) * recompiled BT_GBAI_Suppressed to stop log spam CONTENT * Adjusted collision on a few trees to better conform to mesh * Added in first pass of "spooked bird" BP * User contribution.... Thanks Fatmarrow!! * Adjusted G33 magnifier to flip on/off 2x faster * New Micro T1 optic * Both regular and tall version for use with G33 magnifier * Adjusted g33 magnifier mesh to better fit rail * Adjusted new recoil reset values * Made some small adjustments to the character shadow physics asset * Set all firearms to use their PhysAssets for simple shadow casting CODE * updated BP_SpatialSound and added it to P4 depot * was originally just for Mikson, but since I needed to work on it... * created Test_SpatialSoundBP * shows how to add the Wwise sound volumes to make them work with BP_SpatialSound * disable sight positoin check in GBRailAttachment * need to revist it later, but for now it should allow you to place sights on the MP7 * updated GBAIController * renamed GetPathPoints() to GetPathCorridorPoints() to better match the info it actually gets * created GetCurrentPathCorridorIndex() - useful to tell what navmesh poly you're on * created GetNextPathCorridorPoint() - useful to quickly visual the next navmesh poly you're going to * created GetNavLinkPoints() - useful to get the current navlink your using, if any, and its start and end points. * updated RBEventmanager to fix potential memcpy issue * updated BP_ImpromtuLadder_BFS to add AI navlink check before assigning ladder to AI * added ladder navlinks to all maps that have ladders * created GBGameplayAbility_ReloadExtMag::GetCurrentMontageSection() * updated GBCharacter * implemented IGameplayTagAssetInterface * added GetOwnedGameplayTags() * updated BP_FenceMaster to allow certain collision channels to be set to "Ignore" on sections * updated all affected _Geo maps. * added RecoilImpulseTime and RecoilRecoveryTime variables to GBFirearm * updated affected C++ * added basic friends list to ingame menu * first pass fixing listen server support * updated GBGameplayAbility_Fire to fix potential issue with FiringTag not being cleared. * added client checks to functions that give abilities. * AbilitySystemComponent now has it timers cleared, Deactivate() called and is finally destroyed on character death or on a client side character being spawned. * hopefully this is the fix for massive sudden frame spikes found last dev test :| * added bUseAttachParentBound option to GBCharAppearanceData. * added bUseSimpleShadowsForCharacters option to use capsule shadows and disable static mesh shadows on character related mesh components
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About This Game

In GROUND BRANCH, you will play as the elite paramilitary arm of the CIA's Special Activities Division/Special Operations Group (SAD/SOG) and lead other special operations forces through challenging deniable ops all over the globe. With deliberate, calculated and unforgiving gameplay, GROUND BRANCH aims to be the true rebirth of the tactical realism genre of the late '90s and early 2000s. Powered by Epic's Unreal Engine 4, GB puts the "tactical" back in "tactical shooter"—no compromises.


GROUND BRANCH's unique True First-Person System improves world immersion and awareness of your surroundings, providing zero disconnect between your view and your character's physical presence in the environment. See your foot sticking out of cover? Better tuck it in—enemies may be able to see it (and shoot it) too, but only if their line of sight and muzzle are verifiably unobstructed. Cameras are placed at the character's eyes and bullets originate from the weapon's muzzle. In GROUND BRANCH, what you see is what you get.

A minimal HUD with multiple optional elements ensures that vital information is available, but never a constant obstacle to either immersion or your field of view.


Say goodbye to pre-defined kits and fully customize your character and gear from basic appearance and outfit to in-depth vest and weapon platform customization, down to individual pouch and attachment placement. What you bring to your mission is determined only by your loadout choice, with realistic consequences: With the upcoming encumbrance and stamina system, too much equipment will impact your character's speed and performance; place a scope too forward on the rail and your sight picture will be too small; bring a long rifle into CQB and weapon collision may prove a hindrance.

Forget unlocks, microtransactions and loot boxes. Ground Branch operators get all the right tools for the job straight away—courtesy of the Agency.


Whether in 8-player co-op or 8v8 adversarial game modes, GROUND BRANCH's unforgiving gameplay makes careful and calculated teamwork essential. Gather your teammates and practice in full-featured training areas, including shooting ranges with dynamic targets and customizable killhouses. Integrated VOIP with both 3D positional voice and radio ensures full communication capabilities with no need for third-party software. Text chat and pre-recorded voice messages (commo rose-style) also available for the mic-less and the shy.

Prefer single-player? Missions with friendly A.I. and a full command system (both in development by industry veteran and A.I. researcher Phil Carlisle) are fully planned.


In the tactical shooter realm, movement and weapon handling are king. Take full control of your character with standing, crouching and (soon!) prone stances—each with multiple movement speeds—as well as unique weapon postures (including low- and high-ready), leaning and stepping out, free-look (head movement independent from aim), customizable and optional free-aim (dead zone), dedicated mouse sensitivity sliders for point-shooting/unmagnified/magnified aiming, and all-around highly configurable key bindings.

You can also choose between speed reloads (drop magazine) and tactical reloads (retain current magazine) on the fly.

(both working/in-process—marked √—and planned)


  • GROUND BRANCH's unique "campaign" format will deliver smaller, more localized sets of missions based around global hotspots, with a centralized intelligence interface to monitor them and receive new mission orders over time. The choices you make along the way may affect future engagements.
  • √ Based on unique environments all over the world, the non-linear mission and map designs offer multiple entry points and open-ended outcomes.
  • √ Enemies are spawned at mission start, with a degree of randomization to quantity and location. No "monster closets" or magic enemy spawns based on player location or mission progress.


  • √ Ready Room: A physical multiplayer lobby where you can plan your approach, see your teammates' loadouts, test weapon configurations on a firing range and jointly select insertion points.
  • √ Full—and free—dedicated server support. Host a server wherever you want!
  • Create your own unit patches and attach them to your character's sleeves and headgear.
  • Full support for MP ladders.
  • After-action review (AAR) following each mission/round.
  • Server-side options.


  • Full mod support.
  • √ No gear unlocks, hit markers, kill confirmations or score pop-ups.
  • Weapon bracing/supporting.
  • √ Varied arsenal: Multiple handguns, submachine guns, carbines, assault and battle rifles, machine guns, DMRs, sniper rifles and explosives to choose from, with selectable ammunition type (e.g. full metal jacket, hollow point or subsonic rounds, smoke grenade color etc.).
  • √ Map variation: In addition to day and night versions as well as weather variation, maps have small details that can change between rounds, such as doors and windows that may be open, closed or blocked.
  • √ Unlimited loadout save slots.
  • √ Item sharing/dropping/pickups.
  • √ Accurate ballistics with penetration, bullet drop and stopping power simulation.
  • No regenerating health or health packs: Administer first aid to non-lethal injuries for reduced combat effectiveness.
  • Location damage model: Expect visible injuries and consequences, such as limping, reduced arm function, and/or hits to stamina and accuracy. Players immobilized from a non-lethal injury can stay in the fight.
  • Carry teammates to safety to administer first aid—or to safely recover their ammo, gear, cargo or body if they are no longer alive.
  • Appropriate and realistic playable female characters.
  • √ Partial controller support (configurable).

System Requirements

    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 7 SP1 64-bit
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-2500K or AMD FX-8350 or better
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Geforce GTX 570 or AMD Radeon HD 7850 or better
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 20 GB available space
    • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
    • OS: Windows 10 64-bit
    • Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-4790K or better
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 290 or better
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 20 GB available space

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