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Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Tips for Beginners

27 February 2017, Monday, 16:50:59


1-) Be Aware of the Time of Day:

Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Bolivia is a living world with a day-night cycle and dynamic weather patterns. Montuyoc’s terrain, and many of its missions, make for ideal nighttime raids where you can take a stealth approach and get the drop on your enemy. In this scenario, we also recommend using your co-op squadmates to perform sync shots and provide general sniper fire in case you run into a previously untagged guard. If you don’t feel like stealth, nighttime is the right time to cause some chaos. Try blowing up some fuel tanks or similarly flammable objects to cause a distraction and take advantage of confused enemies.


2-) Tagging Resources:

Whenever you see an object that is flashing lightly, that is something you can tag for the Rebels to pick up. These are resources that you can use to purchase new upgrades on your character. Whenever you see something you can tag, make sure you take the time to do so, every bit of resources you find can help you gain new abilities and better skills.

There are four different kinds of resources you can gather while roaming around; Gasoline, Medicine, Comms Tools, and Food. Some side missions you complete can give you a big bonus of one resource, which may be vital to obtaining a helpful skill for your character.

You can sometimes gain extra resources by completing smaller side missions that appear on your Tacmap. These will range from executing raids on enemy Armored trucks, attacking a stronghold, or even protecting a radio broadcast from being stopped.


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