Ghost Recon: Breakpoint How to Change Class Guide
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint lets you change classes on the fly, but it doesn't tell you how. Since the four main classes provide vastly different perks, it is important to learn how to change classes mid-game. Doing so is vital for discovering new solutions to more complex problems.
You can play the game using only one class at a time, but that's not optimal, especially when you consider how easy it is to unlock them and the benefits they provide in both single-player and multiplayer.
Ghost Recon: Breakpoint How to Change Class
The game's four classes are:
- Field Medic
You can change them by following these steps:
- Go to any Bivouac
- Rest your character
- Go to the Tactics menu
- Select any class you want to switch to
- Press Confirm
You can unlock them by following these steps:
- Go to Main Menu
- Select the Skills tab
- Scroll down to the class options at the bottom
- Click on the class you want to unlock
- Hold down the "Interact" button
Each class costs one skill point to unlock. While you need four skill points to open all four classes, you can unlock any of them at any point — as long as you have a skill point to spend.
Options that are not already unlocked will be grayed out. However, that does not mean you can't unlock them. Simply hover over them when you have a skill point and unlock them following the steps above.
For example, another GameSkinny writer already has all four classes unlocked and has only played the game for two hours.
For more Ghost Recon: Breakpoint guides, check out the list below:
- Locked Doors: How to Open Them
- How to Drink Water
- How to Change Aim Shoulder (camera)
- How to Use Binoculars
- How to Hold Your Breath
- How to Find the Bipod
- How to Call Vehicles
- Weapon Stats Overview
- Error Code Silent-50001
- How to Beat the Critical Mass Side Mission
- How to Beat A New Perspective Side Mission
For even more, be sure to head over to our official review of the game, where we said, "Ghost Recon Breakpoint is an average, functional open-world shooter, but not much more."