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October Hall of Fame

Ghost Recon Online celebrates members of the Community with our Hall of Fame.


Congratulations to Bourne, one of the most versatile players in the game and the Ghost Recon Online Player of the Month!

October Hall Of Fame - Bourne

Ghost Recon Online celebrates members our community with our Hall of Fame.  For October 2012, we wish to salute Team Havok member and all-class menace, Bourne. If you don't know who he is, you probably haven't been paying attention to your obituary log. ;)

What's your favorite activity?

Football (A.K.A. Soccer).

What's your favorite class?

Recon, but I'm changing to Assault.

What's your 'claim to fame'?

Dirty Thirty in Open Beta and my sexy Recon slide, which is too OP for others to handle!

In your own words, why are you so awesome?

I'm awesome because I help my teammates in any way possible and never rage at them unless they team 'nade me (you know who you are).

What do you love about Ghost Recon Online?

The things I like about Ghost Recon Online are:

  • It promotes strategic gameplay and players have to communicate and strategize their attacks and defenses to defeat the enemy.
  • It helps to create a team chemistry, because the team with the most chemistry will win.
  • It's fun to play whether you lose or win because there's always that one moment where you do something unexpected and everyone remembers it because it makes them rage.
  • Hearing people rage.
  • Finally, the community is very helpful at helping you with your needs. All you have to do is ask your question. The GMs will help you out a lot and will also form a Fireteam with you and help show you the ropes.


Team Havok (Only Hoshi)

GMs (I'm not going to choose a favorite)

Frag Dolls


...and maybe the dev team, but I'm still questioning it ;)

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