With these tips, tricks and beginner’s guide for Ghost Recon Wildlands, we hope that you have all the information you need to seriously help you level up your game play. Hit the home run with these details.
Here you go!
First Tip: How to Find Specific Attachments For Your Weapons
First of all, if you’re headed into your load out screen, hit edit on whatever weapon you want to upgrade and then highlight the attachment you want to find. What you can do is look at the top right side of your screen where it says locked and you need to identify what region you need to explore to unlock that specific part. Head over to that region and find two different Intel caches and these will be highlighted with a kind of white circle with an exclamation point on the mini-map and the first Intel you find will give you the locations of all the skill points in that region and the second Intel that you find they’ll actually give you all of the weapons and attachments in that area.
It actually works the same way in every region so you’ll need to find two different entails to be able to get all of the attachments located in your map. Then what you can do is pull up your map and hover over each with an icon and it will actually show you before you even pick it up. This is a really awesome method to be able to quickly locate a certain parts of your weapon. If you got a weapon that you really like and want to upgrade, you can quickly find the
Second Tip: Get the HTI Sniper Rifle
If you use your thermal vision it will actually highlight power generators alarm systems and even anti-air weapons. So it’s a great way to kind of stay stealthy and quickly find these important power air parts. When you’re infiltrating a base set number three, get yourself the HTI sniper rifle which is an absolute game changer in Ghost Recon Wildlands. Especially when it’s combined with the upgrades for the vehicle damage skills. You can literally hit helicopters with this thing. Any enemy vehicles reinforcements can be hit with one of those, as well as blow up the whole vehicle and all the people in it. In just one bullet, this thing is an absolute beast.
We recommend holding off playing any more of the story until your head off and pick up this bad boy. If you are already spotted by enemies you should actually remove your silencer, so aim down the sights your weapon, hit open a d-pad and that will remove your silencer. And you actually do a considerable amount more damage with the suppressor removed. And obviously, if you’ve been spotted, enemies are already shooting at you, you might as well get that extra damage.
Third Tip: Look for Players who you can Communicate With
If you’re looking for people to play with in Ghost Recon Wildlands but don’t actually have the tanks. Head into your settings endgame and turn on only matchmake with people that have microphones and speak the same language as yours. It’s a really a quick and easy way to be
able to find other people with microphones that you can communicate with and it’s really awesome to see Ubisoft added this thing because communication is so important in this game.
Fourth Tip: Use your Rebel Abilities
Use your rebel abilities, such as the mortar. Well you’re flying your drone and this is great because it saves you from having to expose yourself every time. Use a mortar and so just remember that you can pull out your drone. When you’re scouting the area, you can actually bring up the rebel ability menu. Safely use your drone from a clear distance away.
Fifth Tip: Pick up an Enhanced Microscope
Pick up an enhanced microscope sooner rather than later. There’s nothing really worse than this game than using the default scopes and the sniper rifles. So having an attachment with a good zoom is going to make your game play so much better. If you head over to the northwest most province, you’ll see two dark circles on the map and the scope is located just slightly above these two circles in a shipping crate. Some people say the lines on the skull for a little bit intruding to your vision. But I found the extra zooms so pretty useful.
Sixth Tip: Change your weapons at any time
Open up your menu and swap tabs along and change your weapons at any time. It’s a really great way to you know switch between the long and short range weaponry. Effectively use your mini-map; so you don’t get shot in the back or kind of overrun by enemies sneaking up behind you. Make sure that you keep spotting enemies until there’s no red flare effect on the mini-map. If you’re further away than 150 meters when you’re aiming at an enemy. The game will tell you how far away they are from you. So if you see that there is more than 150 meters, might as well take that suppressor off; and get the extra damage.