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How To Change Class In Breakpoint

How To Change Class In Breakpoint
Want to change your class in Ghost Recon Breakpoint? This How To Change Class In Breakpoint guide explains the quickest and easiest way to switch between base classes before you approach different missions that may require an alternative approach.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint features 4 unique classes. Assault, Sharpshooter, Panther, and Field Medic. Each class fulfills a different role on the battlefield. Assault, as the name implies, specializes in mid-range combat using assault rifles and explosives. The Sharpshooter focuses on long-range engagements, while the Panther prefers a stealthier approach to missions. Lastly, the Field Medic acts as a support unit with heals and various buffs.

How To Change Class In Breakpoint

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] When you unlock a base class, you unlock the base abilities. For example, Panther has a Smoke Screen, can become undetectable to drones, and has various class proficiency abilities. This class is better suited when attacking a heavily defended stronghold with multiple drones. However, if you’re looking for a more open engagement, the Assault class may be a better option.

You need to find a Biovuac, either out in the wild or at a camp (Our Biovuac guide has some great tips). From there, select the Tactics option. Here you can change your class to any other already unlocked.

And that’s How To Change Class In Breakpoint.

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