We had a go at Ghost Recon: Breakpoint and it was a decent action fare despite all the bugs & online kerfuffles. So what better way to celebrate the next Tom Clancy military shooter than with a guide to tell you what’s the best approach?
Technique: True Grit—Recoil reduction and damage resistance. Kills heal and extend duration.
Item: Gas Grenade—Hand-thrown Area Control Device: damages over time.
Proficiencies: Resilience (extra health), Assault Proficiency (bonuses with assault rifles and shotguns.
Technique Gauge Filler: kills and damage dealt to drones, kills with explosives, close-range kills.
Technique: Cloak & Run—Disappear behind a smokescreen.
Item: Cloaking Spray—Self-use: renders user undetectable by drones.
Proficiencies: In The Shadows (bonus stealth), Swift Steps (faster movement speed), Silent Death (suppressors on handguns and submachine guns do not reduce damage).
Technique Gauge Filler: kills and damage dealt to drones, kills while in stealth, close-range kills.
Technique: Healing Drone—heals and revives friendly teammates.
Item: Medkit—hand-deployable device: heal injuries and gain extra health.
Proficiencies: First Aid (faster revive), Pallbearer (carry bodies faster), Phoenix (can self-revive).
Technique Gauge Filler: kills and damage dealt to drones, revive teammates, kills by teammates.
Technique: Armor Buster—high-penetration bullets with bonus damage and muzzle velocity.
Item: Sensor Launcher—launched device: marks enemies in a large area.
Proficiencies: Deep Lungs (longer breath control while aiming) Long Range Proficiency (bonuses with sniper rifles and DMRs).
Technique Gauge Filler: kills and damage dealt to drones, headshot kills, long-range kills.
How To Change Classes
You can do this at Breakpoint’s bivouacs. Just find one, set up, and then change your class. You will need an extra skill point to purchase a class though.
You can also do skill prep, buy and sell weapons, craft items and food rations, and spawn vehicles at the bivouacs.