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How To Change Time Of Day In Ghost Recon Breakpoint

How To Change Time Of Day In Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Want to change it to night in Breakpoint? This guide explains How To Change Time Of Day In Ghost Recon Breakpoint as various activities require a specific time of day or night and sometimes, assaulting a massive fortress of enemies, drones, and turrets, is often best under the veil of darkness.

Night time has various effects on the game world. There are less patrols on the public highways and enemy visibility is reduced. This means enemies will need to be closer to spot your location, will find it harder to identify bodies, and will sometimes just stop patrolling altogether.

How To Change Time Of Day In Breakpoint

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Whatever the time of day, you can change it to another hour with 4 hour increments from the current time. So if it’s currently 8am, you can change it to 12am, 4pm, 8pm, and so on. Changing the time of day or changing it to night time is easy.

Much like changing class in Breakpoint or calling a helicopter, in order to change the time of day you need to find a Biovuac. These are small camp sites scattered across the map.

Once you have found a Biovuac, rest up and set up camp. You can change your class, summon vehicles, change weapons, use the shop, whatever you need to do. Once you select to break camp, you have an option before you leave. This is the option that lets you choose your time of departure. Simply choose the desired time and once the camp has been packed away, the time of day or night will change depending on what you chose.

And that’s how to make it night time in Breakpoint.

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