Ghost Recon Breakpoint How to Change Class

Classes in Ghost Recon Breakpoint each come with their special abilities and items, each tailored for a specific gameplay approach. Some Breakpoint classes might seem more suitable for certain missions than others. Fortunately, you can swap classes in Ghost Recon Breakpoint at certain locations, as long as you have them unlocked in the Skills menu. If you’re having trouble figuring out how to change classes in Ghost Recon Breakpoint, then this guide is the right place for you.

Ghost Recon Breakpoint How to Change Class

How to Change Class in Ghost Recon Breakpoint?

To change your class in Ghost Recon Breakpoint, the first thing you want to do is get to a bivouac. You can see them marked on the map as little tents. In order to interact with a bivouac, you’ll have to approach the campfire. Once you do, hit Square or whatever the button prompt tells you to press. From there, you’ll have several options. These include Preparations, which let you get various stat bonuses, Tactics, Crafting, and Garage. The option you want is Tactics.

This menu lets you swap out your weapons and gear, and, more to the point of this guide, change your Ghost Recon Breakpoint class. Mind you, before you go class-swapping, you’ll first have to unlock them in the Skills menu. Their pretty cheap at one Skill Point each, but then again, Skill Points aren’t exactly just littered all over the floor. So, before unlocking one, make sure this is absolutely, 100% what you want. Once you purchase a new class, you can then swap them freely from the bivouac menu, as we’ve just explained.

If you wanna know more about classes in Ghost Recon Breakpoint, head on over to our Classes – Assault, Panther, Sharpshooter, Medic guide. Or, you can check out some of our other current guides, including Specs – Minimal & Recommended Requirements and BattlEye Launcher, Silent 40002, 30086, Crash on Connection in case you need to troubleshoot some errors.

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