Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint has been around since last October, but a recent Ghost Experience update improves this open-world tactical shooter’s stealth experience. Let’s take a look at some of the exciting features in the Ghost Experience 2.0 update for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
Stealth is a big part of the Ghost Recon series, but stealth needed an excellent overhaul, which this update brought to Ghost Recon Breakpoint. With these new improvements, players are able to deal more damage, improved aim assist, and rebalanced the detection time.
Improved Inventory Management
While darkest nights and the ability to clean weapons is fun and makes the game more immersive, we’re most excited about the improved inventory management. One of the most requested options was selling-all the resources that are now possible at Maria’s shop. If you’re playing in immersive mode, you’re also able to dismantle weapons if you’re close to a crate without needing to pick up a weapon, saving you time and inventory space.
Golem Island Available For Solo Exploration
Players are now able to explore Golem island completely solo. This was a requested update many players wanted to see with Ghost Recon Breakpoint, but now there are 15 settlements, 12 missions, and 50 wild mysteries to explore, that can be done solo. However, players will need to complete the No Way Out mission in order to access Golem Island Missions solo.
What part of the Ghost Experience update excited you the most?