Ghost Recon Breakpoint Behemoth Tank Locations - Where to Find

Behemoth tanks, or Behemoth Drones, are a type of enemy in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. The Behemoth drones are probably one of the toughest enemy in the game, so, if you want to face one down, you best come prepared. On the other hand, they usually guard some pretty good stuff. If you do want to test your steel against one of these, then our Ghost Recon Breakpoint Behemoth Tank Locations – Where to Find is gonna show you where to find them.

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Ghost Recon Breakpoint Behemoth Tank Locations - Where to Find
Ghost Recon Breakpoint Behemoth Tank Locations – Where to Find

NOTE: This guide is a work in progress. We’ll update it with more information as we discover it.

Where to Find Behemoth Drone Locations in Ghost Recon Breakpoint?

To find Behemoth drones in Ghost Recon Breakpoint, there are several locations that you can explore. One such location is the Behemoth Defense Area in the east of the map, in the northeast of Fen Bog. To be more specific, it’s south of Longford Farm, and east of Andersons Farm. Now, mind you, this Behemoth is Level 40, so you should really make absolutely certain that you’re ready to mess with it.

Now, on the other hand, the tower that the Behemoth drone is guarding has some really neat stuff in it. Among other stuff, there’s a Skill Point and an AK-47 blueprint. Incidentally, if you need more info about blueprints, check out our Ghost Recon Breakpoint How to Craft Weapons with Blueprints guide. Anyway, if you can’t handle the Behemoth, you can still sneak your way in and grab all the stuff, then book it outside of the danger zone. If, on the other hand, you wanna try to bring the robot down, well… good luck.

In case you’re having problems with something else in the game, feel free to peruse some of our other Ghost Recon Breakpoint guides. Among others, we’ve written How to Spawn, Buy, Unlock Vehicles, How to Equip Binoculars, and How to Change Your Class. Hope you find them helpful.

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    Ray Smith

    How many are there? I’ve destroyed 20 so far.

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