The beauty of Ghost Recon Wildlands is there are a multitude or a approaches you can take to any conflict. How you take down a target, retrieve intel or rescue a hostage is entirely up to you. There’s no right or wrong way to go about it, but there’s definitely a good and bad way to conduct an operation. So, if you want to run a smooth op each and every time, here’s five helpful tips in dismantling the Santa Blanca cartel and liberate Bolivia.
Your enemies are not to be underestimated. Draw attention to yourself and they will not hold back in trying to kill you. If you’re not careful, going in guns blazing can quickly leave you surrounded with a convoy of reinforcements inbound and helicopters bearing down. Try to stick the shadows, take the long way round and always keep a suppressed weapon handy to run into trouble a lot less frequently.
Use the drone
If you’re doing this stealthy – which you ought to be if you’ve paid any attention to my tips so far – it pays to know where your enemies are. Your binoculars can be useful – especially when they use signal jammers – but always use your drone when you can. With a few upgrades, you can fly it over an impressive range for some time, tagging targets and even delivering execution commands for your squad. You can complete a mission if you like from the comfort of a nearby bush.