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Ghost Recon Breakpoint Biovuac Guide

Ghost Recon Breakpoint Biovuac Guide
Biovuac’s in Breakpoint act as fast travel locations and camps for you and your fellow ghosts. This Ghost Recon Breakpoint Biovuac Guide breaks down the Biovuac system as well as providing tips on how you can fill out your map with fast travel points quickly and efficiently.

The primary function of a Biovuac is to act as a fast travel point that you can use to quickly get around the game world. You do not have to physically use a Biovuac in order to unlock its fast travel capabilities, you must simple “discover” it on the map. As you are exploring Ghost Recon Breakpoint’s world, look for the high smoke plumes coming from the ground, these represent Biovuac locations. If you are using a helicopter for transport, you can hover above (about 120m) a Biovuac location and unlock it from the air – without ever having to land.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint Biovuac Guide

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] There are other functions of a Biovuac that you may find useful. We’ll break these features down below.

Preparations are a great way to get an edge in battle. You can select from a variety of buffs, usually lasting 60 minutes. There are other buffs and items you can get to increase the duration and potency of these buffs.

This lets you change your class. For example, if you have both Assault and Panther unlocked, you can switch between the two classes here.

Here you can craft rations, healing kits, and other useful items if you have the materials.

You can buy and sell weapons, gear, customization options, and other items at the shop.

This allows you and anyone on your team to summon a vehicle. The last vehicle chosen before you break camp, appears at a nearby location.

Change Game Time
When you choose to break camp, you can select the time of day. This is useful for nighttime ambushes or delicate missions.

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