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Ghost Recon: Wildlands Update Is out Now, Fixes Multiple Bugs

23 Mar

Ghost Recon: Wildlands second patch is out now for PS4 and Xbox One, this patch was released a day earlier for the PC users. It is the second biggest update since the game’s launch in March 2017. The biggest change this patch will include is that the radios will be turned off by default, and you […]

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Ghost Recon: Wildlands Title Update 2 out on PC, allows you to turn radios off by default – patch notes

22 Mar

Title Update 2 for Ghost Recon: Wildlands is available today for PC, and finally, players will be able to turn the radios off by default.

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The update for Ghost Recon: Wildlands also allows the user to choose the type of vehicle they want to spawn when using the Drop Vehicle rebel skill.

Those who like to play with the HUD hidden will now be able to select the type of intel they want to collect when they interact with files or NPCs.

According to the development team, all areas of the game from gameplay content to connectivity and stability tweaks have been worked on. Also, an XP farming exploit related to the Rebellion Rising mission, which created interference with the co-op experience, has been fixed.

Various fixes and tweaks related to trophy and weapon packs unlocking have been applied. And issue related to the Charactersmith model not being positioned correctly has also been fixed.

As with previous patches, players in-game will need to reboot to apply it, and in order to play co-op, all the players will need to have the same version of the game.

Title Update 2 will be made available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One tomorrow, March 23. It is up to 5GB on PC in size and approximately 3GB on consoles.

PC specific fixes and improvements are at the end of the notes, but it’s worth pointing out the Home, End, Insert, Delete, Page Up, and Page Down keys can now be remapped.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Title Update 2 Patch Notes

Missions and Narration

  • Adjusted various missions markers & GPS pathfinding.
  • Adjusted various mission triggers in order to smoothen the player’s progress and game experience.
  • Fixed situations where dialogue and barks would not trigger correctly.
  • Fixed infinite XP farming exploit on “Rebellion Rising” mission.
  • NPCs now exit the vehicle properly in “Stop the Convoy” missions

These missions are now unlocked correctly for players who reported issues:

  • Gold Rush
  • Sueño’s proposition
  • Sandoval Dead body
  • El Cerebro

The following missions are now replayable:

  • El Cerebro
  • Boss missions
  • Sandoval confession
  • Western cocaine cache

User Interface

  • Players can now select what intel they want to collect, even with all the HUD options turned off.
  • Fixed Character hiding behind menus in certain situations.
  • HUD now updates when XP boosters are activated.
  • Trophy requirements adjustments: The Champion, Eagle-Eyed, With a Pistol
  • Fixed some weapon packs not unlocking properly: Underbarrels & Rails Pack

Co-Op

  • Fixed a bug where hits would register with a 0.5-second lag.
  • Fixed kick/ban vote notifications.
  • Fixed game freezes in 4-player sessions.

Corrected various replication issues, such as:

  • Paint jobs & attachments not showing correctly in the lobby
  • Rebel Radio explosion not synchronizing
  • Sniper scope glare effect not synchronizing
  • Players seen running beside VHC/bike they should be sitting in
  • Suppressor not synchronizing when removed from a vehicle’s shooting position
  • Burning corpses from systemic events
  • Explosion not replicating if the distance is too high

The following achievements should now be awarded in the two missions below:

  • A Better Mousetrap
  • The Cluster Bomber

Connectivity

  • Fixed various disconnection bugs.
  • Fixed a bug where the user could not reconnect to a previous session.
  • Fixed errors when looking for public sessions.

Gameplay

  • Players can now select the vehicle they want to spawn when using the “Drop Vehicle” rebel skill.
  • Fixed XP awarded when killing an enemy undetected.
  • Fixed a bug where sometimes vehicle seats could stay booked after NPC exiting.
  • Fixed a bug where the player would take cover too far from certain props.
  • Players can no longer teleport to safe houses while being hunted.
  • The Medical Helicopter will now spawn correctly in the Tabacal area side-mission.
  • Fixed bikes not slowing down in water.
  • Fixed flash grenades not stopping detection.
  • Fixed an occasional instant game-over when falling off a dirt bike.
  • Fixed a bug where sometimes the player could not tag enemies after hot joining.
  • Adjusted damage caused by explosives in Arcade difficulty.
  • Fixed an issue where sometimes pilots didn’t die after AI helicopter crash.
  • Fixed a situation where sometimes vehicles disappeared when driving at high speeds.

Audio

  • Added a feature allowing the player to mute every radio in-game.
  • Fixed Car radio not functioning in various situations.
  • Amplified the radio voice effects to avoid player confusing El Sueño’s voice on the radio and the one of the Ghosts.
  • Introduction video mix enhanced.

Graphics

  • Fixed player models appearing with twisted limbs if they were killed in certain positions.
  • Fixed low-resolution textures appearing while aiming/driving.
  • Fixed camera clipping through some textures & props.
  • Fixed missing textures in certain environments.
  • Fixed drone showing blur effect on objects.
  • Fixed the textures flickering when using parachute or helicopter.

Stability

  • Fixed various crashes.
  • Fixed an occasional infinite loading screen after validating settings at first launch.

World

  • Fixed various world building glitches.
  • Fixed some world parts where the player could get stuck.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Title Update 2 PC Specific Patch Notes

Graphics

  • Added the SMAA anti-aliasing mode.
  • Added a notification for anti-aliasing recommendations in multi GPU setups.
  • Addressed a series of issues causing flickering in multi GPU setups.
  • Fixed an issue with HUD scaling in 4 monitor multi display setups.

User experience and interface

  • Added support to bind Home, End, Insert, Delete, Page Up and Page Down keys.
  • Added several menu navigation improvements with mouse and keyboard.
  • Added a notification if the video driver is outdated.
  • Added a notification when the system is low on free RAM and starts writing to the virtual memory.
  • Fixed a HUD issue in co-op for users who have already completed the selected mission.
  • Fixed the Pitch icon display when using mouse to steer helicopters.

Co-Op

  • Fixed an issue with co-op sharing of systemic activities.
  • Fixed the use of Push to Talk in the co-op lobby.

Controls

  • Changed the Enable Controller default option to Only Gamepads.
  • Addressed a number of issues with the Steam Controller icons and functionality.

Performance

  • Addressed a series of random crashes encountered by users.
  • Fixed an issue causing framerate drops when the saving icon was being displayed.
  • Fixed an issue where the menu was lagging while running the game on a Hard Disk Drive.
  • Solved an issue with VRAM bar update when lowering Resolution scaling.

Miscellaneous

  • Fixed a bug on the Medication Air Transport mission in Tabacal.
  • Fixed an issue with character poses in Ansel.
  • Solved a controls issue where one couldn’t sprint from crouch or prone position.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Review

15 Mar

Video Game Walkthroughs, News and Guides

Being a fan of the open world in games is the types of games I look forward to, so when I heard that Ghost Recon adopt this structure with Wildlands and I am pleased to say, after having played for over 30 hours, which is a succulent transition that will make you feel like everything a […]

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Ghost Recon: Wildlands tips – best weapons, exotics, sniper rifles, assault rifles & sidearms

14 Mar

Seek out and arm yourself with the most lethal weapons in Bolivia.

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There’s a lot of weapons in Bolivia. So many it becomes overwhelming. Ghost Recon: Wildlands is littered with guns, and with its Gunsmith feature it allows players to tweak and adjust firepower to suit certain builds.

We’ve managed to track down a lot of the best weapons in the game and wanted to highlight where to find them, as well as which work best in certain situations, the best weapons for stealth and going loud, as well as the high-end Exotics you get as rewards for taking down the bosses.

Here then is our guide to the best weapons in Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Happy hunting.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands best weapons: exotic, sniper, assault & sidearms

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  • Where to find the best sniper scopes

  • A decent sniper rifle is nothing without a good scope. They don’t always come in one package, so you’re going to have to seek out the best for your new rifle.

  • The best sidearms: pistols and SMGs

  • You’ll always need a backup weapon for when the best plans go tits up. Arm yourself with a silenced pistol or just something that goes loud and deadly at the flick of a safety.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands – how to get all Exotic Weapons

14 Mar

Defeat these bosses to get your hands on some of the best weapons in Ghost Recon: Wildlands.

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Ghost Recon: Wildlands isn’t shy of weapons, but if you want to wield the power of the drug lords you’re going to have to prise their exotic weapons from their cold dead fingers.

Exotic weapons in Ghost Recon: Wildlands can only be taken from defeated bosses, so you’ll have to play through the campaign. Unlike other weapons, Exotics come with a preset build and cannot be modified or customised. But when they look this deadly, why would you want to change that?

If you’re looking for weapons you can modify, we have a list of the best assault rifles in Ghost Recon: Wildlands, the locations of all the pistols and sidearms, and where to find the best sniper rifles, including the MSR.

Here’s all the bosses you’ll have to defeat and the rewards you get for killing them.

Exotic assault rifles

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Her AK-47 and His AK-47
Bosses: La Yuri and El Polito
Region: Itacua’s hunting lodge.

M4A1 Tactical
Boss: Carl Bookhart
Region: Montuyoc

Ritmo
Boss: DJ Perico
Region: Pucara

Exotic light machine guns

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El Bastón
Boss: Madre Coca
Region: Tabacal

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Llamativo
Boss: Carzita
Region: P.N. De Agua Verde

Exotic submachine guns

Mendeleyev
Boss: Marcus Jensen
Region: Libertad

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Experimento #42
Boss: El Cerebro
Region: Caimanes

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Residuos
Boss: El Pozolero
Region: San Mateo

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¡UY!
Boss: El Chido
Region: Malca, in the concert venue.

Exotic sniper rifles

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Lanza Sagrada
Boss: La Santera
Region: Espiritu Santo

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The Warhawk
Boss: Boston Reed
Region: Koani, airport runway.

Exotic handguns

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La Novena
Boss: El Gato
Region: Remanzo

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El General
Boss: General Baro
Region: Flor De Oro

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The Lady Killer
Boss: Antonio
Region: Mojocoyo

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The BFF
Boss: El Emisario
Region: Ocoro

Exotic shotguns

El Cuentista
Boss: El Wey
Region: Villa Verde

¡Silencio!
Boss: El Sueno
Region: Pucara

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El Obsequio
Boss: El Pulpo
Region: Barvechos

There’s a Dark Souls Easter egg in Ghost Recon: Wildlands because no modern game is complete without one

14 Mar

When aliens try to piece together the history of our civilisation from the contents of somebody’s PS4 hard drive, they’re going to assume Dark Souls was our most important cultural touchstone.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands includes a little nod to Dark Souls, because of course it does.

Dark Souls and its extended family may be considered niche due to their difficulty (although it’s hard to think of such well-known games as anything but mainstream), but they’re hugely popular among developers, as evidenced by how many games these days include a small tribute to the franchise.

The most popular way to reference Dark Souls is to include something akin to the iconic bonfires, and that’s what we find in Ghost Recon: Wildlands, too. YouTuber xGarbett takes a look at it above.

The Witcher 3 had a similar Dark Souls easter egg, as did Just Cause 3 and Overwatch. Borderlands 2 has a stack of Dark Souls Easter eggs, and you can find references in World of Warcraft, Mirror’s Edge, Fallout 4, Destiny, Killzone Shadowfall, Dota 2, Skyrim and the From Software-published 3D Dot Heroes, too.

More importantly than these cute little references to a beloved game, Dark Souls has already had a powerful impact on triple-A and indie game design, and is certain to leave behind an enduring legacy. We’ve seen some flat out clones of the series, like Lords of the Fallen, and mutated iterations of it, as with Titan Souls.

Some games cherry pick bits and pieces of the From Software formula, like Nier Automata’s corpses, and you could argue that shades of Dark Souls are felt in most third-person action games these days, through evolving RPG systems and an emphasis on high risk high reward combat.

If we are to see no more Dark Souls games, as seems likely, it’s nice that some of its ideas live on – and that developers like the Ghost Recon Wildlands team continue to pay tribute.

Ghost Recon Wildlands So Far Is The Biggest Release Of The Year

13 Mar

Ghost Recon Wildlands launched last week with mixed reception from both the critics and players. However, all of this has not stopped the game from becoming the biggest launch of this year in the UK so far. Ghost Recon Wildlands immediately stole the crown of the biggest launch of the year from Horizon Zero Dawn […]

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Denuvo Copy Protection Made Benchmarking Ghost Recon Wildlands Very Lengthy

13 Mar

Ghost Recon Wildlands has got great reviews ever since it launched this month and while the story and gameplay play an important role in the success of the game, there are those who want to know the performance numbers before they actually buy the game. It seems that benchmarking Ghost Recon Wildlands is not easy because Denuvo copy […]

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Ghost Recon: Wildlands update 1.1.5 improves multi and quad-core CPUs support, crash fixes, more

10 Mar

The Ghost Recon: Wildlands team will deploy a PC-specific patch later this afternoon.

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Players can expect patch 1.1.5 for the Uplay/Steam version of Ghost Recon: Wildlands to hit around 3.30pm ET/8.30 UK.

The developers state this is an intermediary patch, and includes some “major compatibility and performance” fixes and improvements.

Once the patch is online, just reboot and the patch will be applied. If you are in-game, you still keep playing and wait before applying the patch. An in-game notification will alert you when the download is ready.

Patch 1.1.5 notes are below, and the update is around 4GB depending on your client.

  • Multi-GPU improved support: Worked with partners to improve both SLI and Crossfire support. Various stuttering and graphical corruption issues have now been fixed.
  • Quad-core CPUs improved support:Several freezes and performance issues have been resolved for players using quad-core CPUs, notably Intel i5 based setups.
  • AMD graphic cards improved performances
  • Enhanced mouse navigation in store menu
  • 4K menu background scaling implemented
  • Several crash sources have been addressed
  • Improved Ansel support and fixed bugs
  • Other bug fixes & improvements

Ubisoft noted that once the patch has been applied to your game, in order to play co-op, both players will need to have the same version of the game.

Ghost Recon Wildlands PC Tweaks Guide – Improve Graphics, Performance, Config File, FPS Increase

10 Mar

Ghost Recon Wildlands PC Tweaks Guide to help you achieve optimal gameplay experience and get rid of random FPS drops and other performance related issues.

It goes without saying that Ghost Recon Wildlands is not the best-optimized title out there but with a few tweaks, achieving an optimal gameplay experience is by no means an impossible feat.

For more help on Ghost Recon Wildlands, check out our Weapons Models Locations Guide, Snipers Guide, & Best Loadouts Guide.

Ghost Recon Wildlands PC Tweaks Guide

In our Ghost Recon Wildlands PC Tweaks Guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about achieving the optimal gameplay experience without sacrificing a lot in the graphics department.

Ghost Recon Wildlands PC Tweaks

Draw Distance
Let’s not say humble but if you don’t own an enthusiast graphics card and processor, I recommend leaving the Draw Distance to medium. This holds true for users with something like an RX 480 or GTX 1060. Between medium and very high, you can easily notice a difference of 4-6 FPS.

Shadow Quality
This option basically controls the sharpness of shadows. Shadows in Ghost Recon Wildlands have a massive impact on performance which is why I recommend leaving them to medium or even low in order to gain a ton of FPS. Those of you who have something like a GTX 1070 or GTX 1080, I recommend high because visually, you won’t feel a huge difference between high and very high.

Grass Quality
This is another option which I recommend setting to medium. You shouldn’t really go for low to retain the overall image quality. The option basically deals with the quality of grass as well as trees and setting it to medium should render less amount of grass/trees which can net you 3-4 FPS easily.

Reflection Quality
For this option, I recommend low or medium if you have a mid-ranged graphics card. With this, you’ll gain 5-6 FPS depending on your specifications and your location in the game.

Terrain Quality
Noticed major FPS drops while driving near trees and forested areas? Well, this setting is to be blamed here. I recommend going with the medium when it comes to terrain quality which will cause Ghost Recon Wildlands to render less grass and trees, resulting in an increased amount of FPS.

Long-Ranged Shadows
This option, without a doubt, takes a hard hit at the performance and doesn’t bring a whole lot to the overall image quality. Personally, I recommend leaving this option at low or maybe medium if you have something like a GTX 1070. You can gain another 3-4 FPS by lowering this FPS-eating option.

Godrays
This option basically deals with the light shafts that burst through clouds in the game. Godrays in Ghost Recon Wildlands impact the overall gaming performance the hardest. Setting them to high and very high can crash the game which is why I recommend leaving the effect to medium or low if you have a moderate graphics card. You should easily be able to see an improvement of about 10 FPS.

However, do note that the option does make the overall image quality pretty good to look at so set it to low if you’ve no other alternative available.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Configuration File

As you might’ve noticed, some of the graphics options above aren’t available in the game. To find these, you need to find the game’s configuration file. By default, you should be able to find it here:

Documents > My Games > Ghost Recon Wilds

Once in the directory, open the ‘GRW’ file using NotePad and you should be able to edit the values. 0 is for low, 1 is for medium, 2 is for high, and 3 is for very high.

High Priority

Sometimes your CPU does not provide enough processing power to the game. In such cases, you need to press Ctrl + Alt + Del and select the Start Task Manager option. Once you are on the new menu, you need to find RE7 Biohazard .exe file and set its priority to High. Doing so should help you get rid of some minor stutters experienced during the game.

Random FPS Drops Fix

First and foremost, you need to make sure that you are running the latest drivers from your vendor i.e. NVIDIA or AMD. Moreover, if you are running the game on Windows 10, make sure to disable programs like Xbox GameDVR as it is known to cause some performance hiccups.

This is all we’ve on our Ghost Recon Wildlands PC Tweaks Guide. If there’s anything else you’d like to add, let us know in the comments section below!

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Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers Guide – How to Unlock, Best Sniper Rifles, Attachments

10 Mar

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers Guide to help you learn everything you need to know about snipers, how to unlock them, and more.

Snipers in Ghost Recon Wildlands are ideal weapons for operators who prefer to stay out of combat. However, since things can get quickly get out of control, it’s always recommended to have a reliable sidearm.

There are two types of Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers in the game i.e. semi-automatic snipers and bolt-action snipers. Bolt-action snipers require a reload after every shot, have more damage, and are usually one-hit kill.

Semi-automatic snipers, on the other hand, fire faster, have low damage, and are ideal for clearing out groups quickly. Finding a sniper in Ghost Recon Wildlands should depend upon your playstyle and comfort level with a weapon.

For more on Ghost Recon Wildlands, check out our Weapons Models Locations Guide, Collectibles Guide, & Combat Tips Guide.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers Guide

In our Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers Guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about snipers and how to unlock them.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers Guide

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – M40A5

This sniper is found in Itacua. It has a pretty decent damage output and can be silenced for a stealthy playthrough. Here are its different attachments and how to unlock them:

Scope

  • POSP – Found in Ocoro
  • TARS101 – Found in Pucara
  • G28 – Found in Inca Camina
  • TA31H – Unlocked by Default
  • T5Xi Tactical – Found in Koani
  • PKS-07 – Found in San Mateo
  • Digital Scope – Found in Monte Puncu

Trigger

  • Semi-Auto Only – Unlocked by Default

Magazine

  • Extended – Found in Media Luna
  • Standard – Unlocked by Default

Barrel

  • Long Barrel – Found in San Mateo
  • Short Barrel – Found in Agua Verde
  • Standard Barrel – Unlocked by Default

Muzzle

  • Compensator V2 – Found in Remanzo
  • Stock Muzzle – Unlocked by Default
  • Suppressor – Unlocked by Default

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – M1891

This sniper is found in La Cruz and is pretty similar to M40A5 across the board but with an increased damage output. Here are its different attachments and how to unlock them:

Scope

  • TARS101 – Found in Pucara
  • T5Xi Tactical – Found in Koani
  • POSP – Found in Ocoro
  • PKS-07 – Found in San Mateo
  • G28 – Found in Inca Camina
  • Digital Scope – Found in Monte Puncu
  • TA31H – Unlocked by Default

Trigger

  • Semi-Auto Only – Unlocked by Default

Magazine

  • Extended – Found in Flor de Oro
  • Standard – Unlocked by Default

Barrel

  • Long Barrel – Found in San Mateo
  • Standard Barrel – Unlocked by Default

Muzzle

  • Compensator V2 – Found in Remanzo
  • Stock Muzzle – Unlocked by Default

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – SR25

This sniper is found in Caimanes and has low values for damage, range, accuracy, etc. However, it makes up for them with better bullet penetration, handling, and rate-of-fire. Here are its different attachments and how to unlock them:

Stock

  • Compensated Buttstock – Found in Caimanes
  • Stock Buttstock – Unlocked by Default

Scope

  • TARS101 – Found in Pucara
  • T5Xi Tactical – Found in Koani
  • POSP – Found in Ocoro
  • PKS-07 – Found in San Mateo
  • G28 – Found in Inca Camina
  • Digital Scope – Found in Monte Puncu
  • TA31H – Unlocked by Default

Trigger

  • Semi-Auto Only – Unlocked by Default

Magazine

  • Extended – Found in Media Luna
  • Standard – Unlocked by Default

Underbarrel

  • AFG – Found in Barvechos
  • Vertical Foregrip – Found in Itacua
  • Foregrip V2 – Found in Pucara
  • Foregrip V3 – Found in La Cruz
  • Foregrip V4 – Found in Monte Puncu
  • Rail Cover – Unlocked by Default
  • Shift Short Angled Grip – Unlocked by Default

Rail

  • ATPIAL Laser Sight – Found in Mojocoyo
  • Laser 3Dot – Found in Flor de Oro
  • Range Finder – Found in Espiritu Santo
  • Rail Cover – Unlocked by Default

Barrel

  • Short Barrel – Found in Agua Verde
  • Standard Barrel – Unlocked by Default

Muzzle

  • Compensator V2 – Found in Remanzo
  • Stock Muzzle – Unlocked by Default
  • Suppressor – Unlocked by Default

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – Dragunov
This sniper is found in Villa Verde and is a mediocre weapon across the board but with a pretty decent damage. Here are its different attachments and how to unlock them:

Stock

  • Compensated Buttstock – Found in Ocoro
  • Stock Buttstock – Unlocked by Default

Scope

  • TARS101 – Found in Pucara
  • T5Xi Tactical – Found in Koani
  • POSP – Found in Ocoro
  • PKS-07 – Found in San Mateo
  • G28 – Found in Inca Camina
  • Digital Scope – Found in Monte Puncu
  • TA31H – Unlocked by Default

Trigger

  • Semi-Auto Only – Unlocked by Default

Magazine

  • Extended – Found in Flor de Oro
  • Standard – Unlocked by Default

Rail

  • ATPIAL Laser Sight – Found in Mojocoyo
  • Laser 3Dot – Found in Flor de Oro
  • Range Finder – Found in Espiritu Santo
  • Rail Cover – Unlocked by Default

Barrel

  • Short Barrel – Found in Agua Verde
  • Standard Barrel – Unlocked by Default

Muzzle

  • Compensator – Found in Malca
  • Compensator V2 – Found in Remanzo
  • Stock Muzzle – Unlocked by Default
  • Suppressor – Unlocked by Default

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – G28
This sniper is found in San Mateo and has one of the best rate-of-fire in the category. This even makes up for its lack of damage. Here are its different attachments and how to unlock them:

Stock

  • Stock Buttstock – Unlocked by Default

Scope

  • TARS101 – Found in Pucara
  • T5Xi Tactical – Found in Koani
  • POSP – Found in Ocoro
  • PKS-07 – Found in San Mateo
  • G28 – Found in Inca Camina
  • Digital Scope – Found in Monte Puncu
  • TA31H – Unlocked by Default

Trigger

  • Semi-Auto Only – Unlocked by Default

Magazine

  • Extended – Found in Media Luna
  • Standard – Unlocked by Default

Underbarrel

  • AFG – Found in Barvechos
  • Vertical Foregrip – Found in Itacua
  • Foregrip V2 – Found in Pucara
  • Foregrip V3 – Found in La Cruz
  • Foregrip V4 – Found in Monte Puncu
  • Rail Cover – Unlocked by Default
  • Shift Short Angled – Unlocked by Default

Rail

  • ATPIAL Laser Sight – Found in Mojocoyo
  • Laser 3Dot – Found in Flor de Oro
  • Range Finder – Found in Espiritu Santo
  • Rail Cover – Unlocked by Default

Barrel

  • Long Barrel – Found in San Mateo
  • Standard Barrel – Unlocked by Default

Muzzle

  • Compensator – Found in Malca
  • Compensator V2 – Found in Remanzo
  • Stock Muzzle – Unlocked by Default
  • Suppressor – Unlocked by Default

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – SRSA1

This sniper is found in Mojocoyo and is generally a better version of M40A5 with some better stats across the board. Here are its different attachments and how to unlock them:

Scope

  • TARS101 – Found in Pucara
  • T5Xi Tactical – Found in Koani
  • POSP – Found in Ocoro
  • PKS-07 – Found in San Mateo
  • G28 – Found in Inca Camina
  • Digital Scope – Found in Monte Puncu
  • TA31H – Unlocked by Default

Trigger

  • Semi-Auto Only – Unlocked by Default

Magazine

  • Extended – Found in Remanzo
  • Standard – Unlocked by Default

Underbarrel

  • AFG – Found in Barvecho
  • Vertical Foregrip – Found in Itacua
  • Foregrip V2 – Found in Pucara
  • Foregrip V3 – Found in La Cruz
  • Foregrip V4 – Found in Monte Puncu
  • Rail Cover – Unlocked by Default
  • Shift Short Angled Grip – Unlocked by Default

Barrel

  • Long Barrel – Found in San Mateo
  • Standard Barrel – Unlocked by Default

Muzzle

  • Stock Muzzle – Unlocked by Default
  • Suppressor – Unlocked by Default

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – HTI

This sniper is found in Montuyoc and is probably one of the best snipers when it comes to range, damage, and accuracy. Here are its different attachments and how to unlock them:

Scope

  • TARS101 – Found in Pucara
  • T5Xi Tactical – Found in Koani
  • POSP – Found in Ocoro
  • PKS-07 – Found in San Mateo
  • G28 – Found in Inca Camina
  • Digital Scope – Found in Monte Puncu
  • TA31H – Unlocked by Default

Trigger

  • Semi-Auto Only – Unlocked by Default

Magazine

  • Standard – Unlocked by Default

Barrel

  • Long Barrel – Found in San Mateo
  • Standard Barrel – Unlocked by Default

Muzzle

  • Stock Muzzle – Unlocked by Default
  • Suppressor – Unlocked by Default

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – L115A3

This sniper is found in Monte Puncu and is almost similar to HTI but with less overall damage output. Here are its different attachments and how to unlock them:

Stock
Stock Buttstock – Unlocked by Default

Scope

  • TARS101 – Found in Pucara
  • T5Xi Tactical – Found in Koani
  • POSP – Found in Ocoro
  • PKS-07 – Found in San Mateo
  • G28 – Found in Inca Camina
  • Digital Scope – Found in Monte Puncu
  • TA31H – Unlocked by Default

Trigger

  • Semi-Auto Only – Unlocked by Default

Magazine

  • Extended – Found in Remanzo
  • Standard – Unlocked by Default

Barrel

  • Long Barrel – Found in San Mateo
  • Standard Barrel – Unlocked by Default

Muzzle

  • Stock Muzzle – Unlocked by Default
  • Suppressor – Unlocked by Default

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – MK14

This sniper is found in Koani and has abysmal damage output. However, it has decent range and allow you to fire multiple shots without having to reload every now and then. Here are its different attachments and how to unlock them:

Stock

  • Extended Buttstock – Found in Koani
  • Folded Buttstock – Found in Koani
  • Stock Buttstock – Unlocked by Default

Scope

  • TARS101 – Found in Pucara
  • T5Xi Tactical – Found in Koani
  • POSP – Found in Ocoro
  • PKS-07 – Found in San Mateo
  • G28 – Found in Inca Camina
  • Digital Scope – Found in Monte Puncu
  • TA31H – Unlocked by Default
  • Stock Iron Sights – Unlocked by Default

Trigger

  • Full-Auto / Burst-3 – Unlocked by Default
  • Semi-Auto Only – Unlocked by Default
  • Semi-Auto / Burst-3 – Unlocked by Default

Magazine

  • Extended – Found in Media Luna
  • Standard – Unlocked by Default

Underbarrel

  • AFG – Found in Barvechos
  • Vertical Foregrip – Found in Itacua
  • Foregrip V2 – Found in Pucara
  • Foregrip V3 – Found in La Cruz
  • Foregrip V4 – Found in Monte Puncu
  • Rail Cover – Unlocked by Default
  • Shift Short Angled Grip – Unlocked by Default

Rail

  • ATPIAL Laser Sight – Found in Mojocoyo
  • Laser 3Dot – Found in Flor de Oro
  • Range Finder – Found in Espiritu Santo
  • Rail Cover – Unlocked by Default

Barrel

  • Long Barrel – Found in San Mateo
  • Standard Barrel – Unlocked by Default

Muzzle

  • Compensator – Found in Malca
  • Compensator V2 – Found in Remanzo
  • Stock Muzzle – Unlocked by Default
  • Suppressor – Unlocked by Default

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – MSR

This sniper is found in Montuyoc and is somewhat similar to HTI with slightly less damage and increased handling and rate-of-fire. Here are its different attachments and how to unlock them:

Stock

  • Stock Buttstock – Unlocked by Default

Scope

  • TARS101 – Found in Pucara
  • T5Xi Tactical – Found in Koani
  • POSP – Found in Ocoro
  • PKS-07 – Found in San Mateo
  • G28 – Found in Inca Camina
  • Digital Scope – Found in Monte Puncu
  • TA31H – Unlocked by Default

Trigger

  • Semi-Auto Only – Unlocked by Default

Magazine

  • Extended – Found in Remanzo
  • Standard – Unlocked by Default

Barrel

  • Long Barrel – Found in San Mateo
  • Short Barrel – Found in Agua Verde
  • Standard Barrel – Unlocked by Default

Muzzle

  • Stock Muzzle – Unlocked by Default
  • Suppressor – Unlocked by Default

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – SR1

This sniper is found in Koani and is just a worse HTI. Personally, I’d always recommend HTI over SR1 unless you’re comfortable with this one. Here are its different attachments and how to unlock them:

Stock

  • Stock Buttstock – Unlocked by Default

Scope

  • TARS101 – Found in Pucara
  • T5Xi Tactical – Found in Koani
  • POSP – Found in Ocoro
  • PKS-07 – Found in San Mateo
  • G28 – Found in Inca Camina
  • Digital Scope – Found in Monte Puncu
  • TA31H – Unlocked by Default

Trigger

  • Semi-Auto Only – Unlocked by Default

Magazine

  • Extended – Found in Remanzo
  • Standard – Unlocked by Default

Barrel

  • Long Barrel – Found in San Mateo
  • Standard Barrel – Unlocked by Default

Muzzle

  • Stock Muzzle – Unlocked by Default
  • Suppressor – Unlocked by Default

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – Exotic Lanza Sagrada

This sniper is obtained after defeating La Santera.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers – Exotic The Warhawk

This sniper is obtained after defeating Boston Reed.

This is all we’ve on our Ghost Recon Wildlands Snipers Guide. If there’s anything else you’d like to add, let us know in the comments!

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Ghost Recon Wildlands Best Weapons to Get – Weapon Guide

10 Mar

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Ghost Recon Wildlands Special Missions Guide – How to Complete, Tips and Strategies

9 Mar

Ghost Recon Wildlands Special Missions Guide to walk you through these special missions and how to complete them.

Special Missions in Ghost Recon Wildlands essentially take you deeper into the game’s story and your war against the cartel in Bolivia. Your job is to reach El Sueno which is what this guide focuses on.

For more help on Ghost Recon Wildlands, check out our Collectibles Locations Guide, Resources Farming Guide, & Loadouts Guide.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Special Missions Guide

In our Ghost Recon Wildlands Special Missions Guide, we’ve detailed everything you need to know about completing all the special missions in the game and take down the cartel.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Special Missions – La Plaga

How to Unlock: Kill at Least Two of General Baro, Yuri y Polito, Carl Bookhart, or El Pozolero
Rewards: 350 XP, 7 Skill Points, 10,000 Medication, & La Plaga’s Hat

To complete this special mission, you need to clear La Plaga’s buchon house and eliminate La Plaga. There are some innocent people in the area make sure not to hit them. After heading down to the basement, you see La Plaga taking a tunnel to a north outpost where you do the deed.

I recommend starting at the west of the buchon house and proceed towards the south side. From there, shoot the window and head into the dining room. As soon as you arrive in the basement, equip the shotgun and flashbangs to storm the area. After clearing the area, follow La Plaga to the outpost.

I recommend staying at the tunnel exit to clear the area before finding him and finishing him once and for all.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Special Missions – El Muro

How to Unlock: Complete Carl Bookhart, El Pozolero, General Baro, Yuri y Polito, and La Plaga
Rewards: 350 XP, 10 Skill Points, & 15,000 Medication

Immediately after arriving at the location, you see the cartel at the northeast/southeast main entrances. I don’t really recommend a stealthy approach and you should aim for immediate extraction. El Muro is also quick to leave in an armored SUV/APC. Once you’ve collared him, you can head to the extraction zone on the south of San Mateo.

El Muro usually leaves from the northeast/southeast entrances. It’s paramount that you chase him down before he leaves the combat area. It’s very much possible for you to collar El Muro before he has a chance to escape. For this, I recommend approaching him from southeast/northwest infiltration points and rushing the control tower.

You can also try and soften up his vehicle in order to make the chase a tad easier. Furthermore, remember that both the vehicles he uses have bullet-proof windows. Besides, we want to man alive.

La Gringa

How to Unlock: Complete at Least Three of Madre Coca, Marcus Jensen, El Emisario, and El Wey
Rewards: 350 XP, 7 Skill Points, & 10,000 Food Parcels

La Gringa is inside a mansion which makes the infiltration a tad too difficult. Moreover, the situation at hand can quickly get out of control which is why you need devise a plan that involves a rapid extraction. The mansion basically has three entrances along the north wall i.e. near the basketball net, near the swimming pool, and windows on the ground floor.

Your job is to head to the basement so there’s no need to check the upper floor. Once in the basement, speak with the injured La Gringa and take her to a waiting vehicle to head to the Rebel Campsite in Caimanes Province.

In order to do this, I highly recommend parking a well-armored vehicle or a chopper to east road entrance and letting your squad defend it. Once done, dash to the basement and escape. If your initial vehicles, somehow, get destroyed; grab an SUV from the southwest corner of the area.

El Yayo

How to Unlock: Complete El Emisario, El Wey, Madre Coca, Marcus Jensen, and La Gringa
Rewards: 350 XP, 10 Skill Points, & 15,000 Food Parcels

You basically need to start at Espiritu Santo Charlie and head south through the jungle towards the buchon house. Once there, you need to get to El Yayo before the cartel members have a chance to put him down for good. To achieve this, you need to have a waiting vehicle.

It’s important to note that all the upper floor windows are barred. Try to remain hidden and take the south corner staircase to reach Yayo’s study. You can also do this using a parachute. Once there, clear the area starting from the enemies near El Yayo first.

For the second part of the mission, head to the targeted building and park at the southeast entrance. Alternatively, you can also drop in from a chopper and get the job done.

Ramon Feliz

How to Unlock: Complete at Least Two of La Santera, DJ Perico, El Chido, and Carzita
Rewards: 350 XP, 7 Skill Points, 10,000 Comms Tools

Ramon Feliz is on the upper floor in his home. Once you’re done with him, find a hard drive on the upper area as well. You can head into the home from any direction, check Ramon’s computer, and start chasing the thief as soon as possible. Due to this, it’s highly recommended that you bring a vehicle or two.

As for the person who stole Ramon’s drive can be found driving along the main road east of Nupucu in the nearby Flor de Oro province. It’s important to note that you need to collar the driver alive which is why it’s wise to start the interrogation away from the explosion’s radius.

El Cardenal

How to Unlock: Complete Influence Missions in all Provinces and Ramon Feliz
Rewards: 1,000 XP, 10 Skill Points, & 15,000 Comms Tools

To start, you need to head to a small shack on the southern outskirts of Uma Marca Town, near Malca Bravo. Once you’re there, head west towards the church. You need to try to head inside the church in the area and hack the broadcast. The laptop you seek is located on the southeast balcony. Prior to using the laptop, get rid of the guard.

This is all we’ve on our Ghost Recon Wildlands Special Missions Guide. If there’s anything else you’d like to add, let us know in the comments section below!

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Ghost Recon: Wildlands – where to find the best sniper rifles including the MSR

9 Mar

The locations of all the sniper rifles in Ghost Recon: Wildlands, including the deadly MSR.

Although you get a sniper rifle pretty early in Ghost Recon: Wildlands, there are plenty more waiting for you in the open world.

These weapons are found in cases all around the map, and in the video above, YouTuber INFsleeper shows you the exact location for each of them. Not only that, the video also demonstrates how each sniper looks and sounds in the game, including silenced.

Where to find the MSR best sniper rifle

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If you want to grab one of the best sniper rifles in Ghost Recon: Wildlands quickly, you can get the MSR early on. It’s best to grab a chopper so you can fly straight to the location, rather than risk getting in over you head by accidentally running into the Unidad forces. Open the map and fly west to the Montuyoc region, staying low.

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You’re looking for the Choza Padre Mine, which is on the dirt road south of Araca Village – it’s almost as far west as you can go on the map.

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Take out the handful of guards from the safety of the chopper before landing, then head into the mine entrance.

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There’s a lot of enemies in here, including a mounted gun. Fortunately there’s a lot of explosive barrels and an APC outside that you can drive into the entrace and use for cover. You’re not going too deep into the mine, so you can go loud and use heavy firepower and grenades. Just wait for the cartel to rush you and mow them down.

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Once the entrance is clear, just take the first left to the end where you’ll find the MSR at the very end. Check out the stats on that bad boy; accuracy, range and penetration are almost all maxed out, and damage isn’t far behind.

If you’re looking for a different scope to go with the MSR, check out the location of all the sniper scopes right here. Many of these scopes can be attached to the sniper rifles, in case you don’t like the one they come with.

There are 11 sniper rifles in total, with different configurations such as semi-auto and bolt action. As with any weapon in Wildlands, once you locate and claim it, it’s yours to customise and keep.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Collectibles Guide – Weapons, Major Intel, Bonus Medals

8 Mar

Ghost Recon Wildlands collectibles guide is divided into different sections of the map. Each area holds a handful of collectibles you can find.

The collectibles are spread across the map and one of the ways you can find them is by collecting information from the locals. Speak with the locals to get more information about different valuable items in the are.

For more help on Ghost Recon: Wildlands, check out our Weapons Locations Guide, Loadouts Guide, and Resources Farming Guide.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Collectibles Guide

In our Ghost Recon Wildlands Collectibles Guide, we’ve detailed the locations of all available collectibles in the game.

Itacua Collectibles Locations

Major Intel Locations

  • Beuna Vida – West Church
  • Vieja Granja – Small rebel hideout

Weapons Locations

  • Buena Vida – Compensator
  • Khochi – Long Barrel (Assault Rifle)
  • Atollo Farm – Panoramic Sight Scope
  • Culta – Verticle Foregrip
  • South Santa Blanca Outpost – Mg121 Light Machine Gun
  • Itacua Echo Rally Point – Sniper Rifle M40A5
  • FOB Armadillo – PK-AS Scope in West building, Super Shorty Shotgun in East building

Extra Skill Points

  • Santa Maria – Look near the big Mary
  • Baurecito Ruins – Big cross gravestone
  • North Checkpoint – Inside a small building near the road
  • Unidad West Observation Point – Sniper Tower above the post
  • Mendez Farm – Northeast area of the farm
  • Atollo Farm – Look for an accessory case to the east

Kingslayer Files

  • Beuna Vida – abandoned building on the west
  • FOB Armadillo – Look inside the southwest building
  • Colque Ranch – west building
  • Pantoja – East side small building
  • Mendez Farm – The central area inside a building near the helicopter
  • Santa Catalina Chapel – On top of the altar
  • Santa Blanca Central Outpost – east corner on a small chair
  • Bocca Farm – farm shed near the road
  • Yopil Village – Abandoned town church on the alter

Bonus Medals Locations

  • Itacua Base – top level of building inside an intel cache
  • Campo De Futbol El Yayo – Dumpster near the entrance

Montuyoc Collectibles

Weapons Locations

  • Santa Blanca Centrl Checkpoint – Laser 3 Dot
  • Inca Corral Farm – Building at the southeast of the farm
  • Choza Padre – Tar-21 is in the building near the kingslayer file
  • Choza Padre Mine – MSR is inside the mine, go via the outside entrance at the cliff
  • West Train Track – Folded Buttstock is at the far west section, head inside the tunnel.
  • San Francisco Monastery – Folded Buttstock
  • Montuyoc Training Base – HTI Long Range Rifle

Extra Skill Points Locations

  • Araca Village – Check inside a tent in Santa Blanca checkpoint, north section of the village
  • Sicaris Boot Camp – Check near Rebel mission location
  • Araca Village – Second floor of a building in the center of the village
  • Montuyoc Traning Base – Building in the north close to main mission objective
  • Santa Blanca Central Checkpoint – check in the small building at the crossroad
  • Gas Station Via-B Gas – Northwest of the gas station, below the radio tower
  • Santa Blanca North Outpost – check inside the north building of outpost on the second floor

Kingslayer Files Locations

  • Gas Station Via-B Gas – there is a broken train car near the junkyard, north of the gas station
  • Choza Padre – Top floor of the broken building to the southeast
  • Choza Padre Mine – south area of the mine, go via the main entrance on the cliff
  • Sicarios Boot Camp – south section of the bootcamp above the barracks
  • Santa Blanca Central Checkpoint – east building near the major intel location
  • Makeshift Runway – building close to the runway

Bonus Medals Locations

  • Choza Padre – west side building

Pucara Collectibles Locations

Major Intel Locations

  • East Santa Muerte Tomb – Near tomb entrance in the bottom camp
  • West Santa Muerte Tomb – Noth side building
  • East Outpost – inside the gas station

Weapons Locations

  • Makeshift Runway  – Long Barrel (N/A)
  • El Nido De Condores  – TARS101 Scope (N/A)
  • Pucara Fortress – Folded Buttstock (N/A)
  • West Santa Muerte Tomb – ATPIAL Laser Sight (N/A)
  • Pucara Base –  Stoner LMG A1 (N/A)
  • Pilca Mine – Short Barrel inside the mine
  • Todos Santos Rock Quarry  – Compact Machine gun (N/A)
  • Riverine Docks – Foregrip V2 (N/A)

Extra Skill Points

  • Olico Super Dam – southeast section of the dam near the radio pole
  • Charamokho Village – multistory building top floor
  • Plica Village – check inside the small building
  • Todos Santos Rock Quarry – East side of the quarry in the higher building
  • Suena Mausoleum – far side of the Suena Mausoleum
  • Olico Super Dam – far side of the pier near the dock
  • Riverine Docks – building south of the docks, check in the corner

Kingslayer Files

  • Pucara Base – small building north of the mausoleum
  • Todos Santos Town – south section of the town on the roof of a building
  • West Santa Muerte Tomb – north side building
  • Sueno Mausoleum – enemy tent outside the mausoleum
  • Pilca Mine – small building near the tracks
  • Todos Santos Rock Quarry – Top of a building near the weapon case
  • Riverine Docks – front of the docks
  • Todos Santos Town – north section of the town, second floor of the building
  • Olico Super Dam – west side of the pier

Bonus Docks

  • Todos Santos Town – look at the top floor of a building in the south

Malca Collectibles Locations

Major Intel Locations

  • Unidad Combat Outpost – west section of the post
  • Northeast Santa Blanca Outpost – south of the outpost

Weapons Locations

  • Riverine Docks – Foregrip V2 (N/A)
  • Uma Marca – ATPIAL Laser Sight (N/A)
  • South Santa Blanca Outpost – MK249(N/A)
  • Los Crios De La Muerte – Micro T-1 (N/A)
  • Banado – Sniper Riffle Muzzle is at the northeast of the village in the forest
  • Santa Muerte Idol – P227 Handgun (N/A)
  • Malca Bravo – Compensator  is at the far northeast atop of the rally point

Extra Skill Point Locations

  • Sicario House – top floor
  • Holy Maca Base – northeast building, third floor
  • Riverine Docks – Building south of the docks
  • Banado – check on the east side of the village, top floor of a building
  • West Santa Blanca Outpost – tant near the outpost, northwest
  • Malca Bravo – far north of the rally point

Kingslayer Files Locations

  • Uma Marca – second floor of a building on the east side of the village
  • Uma Marca – southeast of the town inside a small building
  • Banado – large building near the church
  • Los Crios De La Muerte – Small house near the water
  • Santa Muerte Idol – Under the radio tower on a cliff
  • Northeast Santa Blanca Outpost – inside the tunnels
  • Uma Marca – concert stage
  • Holy Maca Base – Northeast building, top floor
  • Uma Marca Mine – south section of the mine inside a small building close to the railroad tracks
  • Icoya – multistory building on the west side
  • South Santa Blanca Outpost – north side of the outpost under a statue

Bonus Medals

  • Uma Marca Mine – on top of a building

Flor De Oro Collectibles Locations

Weapons Locations

  • Los Tramperos – Ranger Finder  (N/A)
  • Unidad Combat Outpost – Laser 3Dot (N/A)
  • M.O.B. Jaguar – MK 17 (N/A)
  • Armadillo Hunting Lodge – M4A1  (N/A)
  • South Unidad Checkpoint – Extended Magazine  (N/A)
  • Flor De Oro Charlie – Suppressor  (West of the rally point)
  • Unidad Military Hospital – Extended Magazine (N/A)
  • Unidad East Checkpoint – Folded Buttstock is in the Unidad stronghold

Extra Skill Points Locations

  • Unidad Combat Post – an arsenal area underground
  • Nupucu – southeast inside a small building
  • Rocha – base of the telephone pole
  • MOB Jaguar – Unidad stronghold in the back section
  • East Unidad Combat Outpost – westside building

Kingslayer Files Locations

  • FOB Serpiente – east side of the base
  • South Unidad Checkpoint – top of a tower
  • Chorrilos Wood Storage – second-floor wood storage shed
  • Unidad Military Hospital – east of the hospital, sniper post
  • Nupucu – broken building on the northwest
  • MOB Jaguar – unidad stronghold, top floor of a building in the back

Bonus Medals

  • FOB Serpiente – east side of the base, inside a bunker

Libertad Collectibles

Major Intel Locations

  • South Unidad Outpost – south section
  • FOB Oso Hormiguero – northwest section
  • Central Santra Clara Outpost – check in a small building
  • South Sanra Clara Outpost – south of the outpost

Weapons

  • Gas Station Via-B Gas – AK-47 (N/A)
  • Unidad North Observation Outpost – Long Barrel (N/A)
  • Pakullu – Extended Magazine (N/A)
  • Chem Precursors Storage – Large Magazine (N/A)
  • El Escondite Del Cazador – Compensated Buttstock (N/A)

Extra Skill Points Locations

  • Viloma – small building on the east side of the town
  • Chemical Institue Via-B Gas – top floor of the lab
  • Central Santa Clara Outpost – south section of the outpost on a small hill
  • Northwest Santa Blanca Outpost – broken building northeast of Bolivar Square
  • Narco-Slaughter – close to the shed by the water
  • Viloma Cuatro Gas Field – south section inside of the small building

Kingslayer Files

  • Gas Station Via-B Gas – in the gas station
  • South Unidad Outpost – south section of the outpost
  • Northeast Santa Blanca Outpost – broken building northeast floor
  • Pakullu – on a table back of the area
  • South Santa Clara Outpost – second floor east building

Bonus Medals

  • South Santa Clara Outpost – south section small building
  • Bolivar Square – northeast side of the town

San Mateo Collectibles Locations

Major Intel Locations

  • Sicario House – South building
  • Santa Blanca South Outpost – inside the garage
  • Santa Blanca Southeast Outpost – building in the center

Weapons

  • Santa Blanca South East Outpost – Long Barrel (N/A)
  • La Carcel Del Pueblo – G28 (N/A)

Extra Skill Points

  • Santa Blanca South Outpost –  west side building
  • East Santa Blanca Outpost – roof of a central building

Kingslayer Files

  • La Carcel Del Pueblo – east side of the prison

Bonus Medals

  • Prison Rosario – sniper tower in the south section

Koani Collectibles

Weapons Locations

  • Narco-Slaughter – MK14

Extra Skill Points Locations

  • Narco-Slaughter – ground near the road

Caimanes Collectibles Locations

Major Intel Locations

  • Los Hombres Jaguares – Sniper Tower

Weapons Locations

  • Los Hombres Jaguares – 556xi (N/A)

Extra Skill Points

  • Narco-Slaughter – ground near the road

This is all we’ve on our Ghost Recon Wildlands Collectibles Guide. If there’s anything else you would like to add, let us know in the comments section below!

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Ghost Recon Wildlands Loadouts Guide – Best Loadouts for All Playstyles

8 Mar

Ghost Recon Wildlands Loadouts Guide to provide you with different loadout options that you can use to approach a situation in different ways.

One of the coolest things about Ghost Recon Wildlands is the freedom that it gives to the players. The game doesn’t restrict you to one playstyle and encourages experimenting.

There are multiple ways to approach a situation in the game. For example, an operation can be completed without alerting anyone or without leaving anyone alive. This thing, in my opinion, adds depth to the overall experience.

For more help on Ghost Recon Wildlands, check out our Best Skills Guide, Wildlands Tips Guide, and Weapons Locations Guide.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Loadouts Guide

In our Ghost Recon Wildlands Loadouts Guide, we’ve detailed a few loadout options to help you play to your strengths. However, one important thing to note here is that none of the loadout options mentioned below are final.

As mentioned earlier, I highly recommend experimenting with different things and see what works best for you.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Loadouts

Ghost Recon Wildlands Loadouts – Big Boss

Those of you who don’t like to draw unnecessary attention, this is the perfect loadout for you. This entire loadout basically focuses on staying off the radar and completing the objective.

The equipment used for this playstyle is designed with only one thing in mind i.e. getting in and out without being seen. To achieve this, silenced weaponry is a must. Here’s what we recommend using for this loadout:

  • Primary Weapon – A Silenced Sniper Rifle
  • Secondary Weapon – A Silenced Assault Rifle
  • Pistol – A Silenced Pistol
  • Diversion Lure, Flare Gun, and Flash Grenade

This Ghost Recon Wildlands Loadout is all about singling out enemies and completing the mission without making a fuss.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Loadouts – John Wick

If you’re the one to go in and out loud, this loadout option should definitely suit your playstyle. This playstyle basically ensures that there are no witnesses and the job at hand is done.

This option, however, requires you to go into the heat of the battle and your trusted equipment should be more than sufficient. Here’s what we recommend using for this loadout:

  • Primary Weapon – Any Assault Rifle
  • Secondary Weapon – Any Shotgun
  • Pistol – A High-Damage Pistol or a Small SMG
  • Flash Grenade, Grenade, C4

As you can see, this Ghost Recon Wildlands loadout focuses on going “Bang! Bang!” and sending a message.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Loadouts – The Terminator

As the name suggests, this loadout basically focuses on using heavy weaponry and telling your enemies who’s the boss. You can also throw in one silenced weapon into the mix to help you with interrogation and sneaking up behind a target.

As for equipment, grenades are a must. Apart from grenades, you can go with lures, mines, and flare guns. Here’s what we recommend using for this Ghost Recon Wildlands loadout:

  • Primary Weapon – Any Lightmachine Gun
  • Secondary Weapon – Any Assault Rifle or Shotgun
  • Pistol – Any Silenced Pistol
  • Grenades, C4s, Flare Gun, or Flash Grenades

This is all we’ve on our Ghost Recon Wildlands Loadouts Guide. If there’s anything else you’d like to add, let us know in the comments section below!

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Ghost Recon Wildlands Gaming Benchmarks At 1080p, 1440p And 4K

8 Mar

Ghost Recon Wildlands has just been released and if you were wondering how well the game will run on your system then you have come to the right place as we are going to be taking a look at the Ghost Recon Wildlands gaming benchmarks. Ghost Recon Wildlands Game Requirements  The following are the minimum and […]

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Ghost Recon Wildlands Tips – Loadouts, Skills, Multiplayer and Co-op

8 Mar

Ghost Recon Wildlands is the latest from Ubisoft and with a massive open world, Ghosts will have their hands full. Thankfully, our Ghost Recon Wildlands tips will help you do better as a Ghost.

The massive open world features a number of activities for the players and although there are some exploits that help you complete missions more easily, the game in general presents a decent amount of challenge. We won’t be discussing the exploits today, but we do have the following Ghost Recon Wildlands tips for you.

For more help on Ghost Recon: Wildlands, read our Weapon Models Locations Guide, Errors Crashes Fixes and Skills Tree Guide.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Tips

Do Not Ignore the Tacmap
While in most of open world games we just ignore the map and roam around without giving a damn, in Wildlands it is actually useful to keep an eye to the map from time to time. The very first thing you need to do after you get inside the game is look at your Tacmap and soak in as much information as possible. Trust me, there is a lot to take in.

As you unlock more areas and complete missions, more icons will start to appear on your map so pay attention to what they are. Do not ignore the Tacmap in Ghost Recon Wildlands.

Streamline Your Loadout
When you get inside the game after creating your character, you roam around Bolivia and take down the cartel. However, before you do any of that you need to streamline/optimize your loadout. Not all weapons will be available to you from the get go but whatever options you do have, use them wisely and select the items most suited for your style of gameplay.

It is much more efficient than adjusting your loadout in the middle of a mission.

Tag ’em Hard
Roaming around in Bolivia, you will find a large number of supplies throughout. The best course of action is to tag them all. You can find Fuel, Medicine, Food, and Communication Supplies. Interact with the supplies to tag them.

Be Skillful
Skills in Ghost Recon Wildlands are your best friends. Spend your points toward upgrading your skills. Keep in mind that upgrade your skills according to your playstyle. If are like to be stealthy, upgrade skills according to your need. Apart from base skills there are also Epic Skills that give massive boosts so work toward getting your hands on them.

Fast Travel
Wildlands has a really huge map and sometime getting around in a vehicle becomes annoying. Thankfully, there are fast travel points in the game that will help you get around much faster. However, fast travel points need to be unlocked and the only way to do that is find Rally Points around the map.

Find as many as you can to make life easier in Bolivia.

Collect Collect and Collect
There are many collectible in the game and I believe there is an achievement associated with gathering collectables. If you are an achievement hunter, it is best to gather as many as you can during your first playthrough.

If you come across something, pick it up. It is unlikely that you will be able to collect them all the first time. Collecting them also give you XP that is used to level up your character.

You can speak with civilians and get information on collectibles.

Main Story Matters
Another great way to level up in the game is complete the story missions. Although there are other activities in the game, the main story should not be ignored, Completing the main missions will unlock more side missions and bonus activities that will help you level up your character.

Focus on Rebel Side Missions
Keep in mind that that you don’t have to walk in a straight line. Completing main missions at once, keep branching off to other activities such as the rebel side missions. It not only allows you to collect rewards but XP as well to level up and unlock rebel support skills in the game.

Multiplayer Fast Travel
Similar to The Division, players can fast travel on other players during multiplayer. This only works when you are not engaged in combat. It is a very useful feature to have and allows you to quickly reach your partner’s position.

Use Co-Op for Main Missions
Just like The Division, you can complete main missions with your friends. The AI partners will always remain by your side and once another player joins the game, he/she will take over one of the AIs.

You Can Pay for Boosts
Leveling up is made easy with boosters which are at your disposal if you preordered the game or are willing to pay for XP boosters via in-game store. Keep in mind that boosters will only last for a limited amount of time.

Be Prepared
No matter how good you are as a Ghost, it is unwise to go into a mission unprepared. Do a proper recon and mark enemies before you move in. Depending on the nature of the mission make sure your loadout is suitable for the scenario.

Do Not Provoke Unidad Soldiers
Unidad Soldiers are the country’s army and the more you engage them and kill, the tougher they get the next time. More petrols and more boots of the ground. They will start shooting you on sight if matters get worse. Try to avoid engaging them too much.

Use AI Partners
Give them command or they will prove to be useless. The Ghosts by your side need directions, otherwise, they will not be as effective in combat. Mark your targets and sync your shots with your partners.

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Ghost Recon: Wildlands known issues, freezing, stuttering, fps drops, download problems and more

8 Mar

All the Ghost Recon: Wildlands problems Ubisoft is currently tracking.

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With Ghost Recon: Wildlands now out in the wild, reports have been cropping up about performance issues such as freezing and stuttering, in-game glitches, stuck downloads, and more. Some of these carried over from the beta, while others are new.

In an effort to catalogue all reported problems thus far, Ubisoft created a list of known issues the developers are currently looking into. The included items cover the main game, the Ghost Recon HQ app, and the Ghost Recon Network site.

General issues

  • Gameplay – AI Vehicle Pathfinding

    Some users have reported issues on some specific locations in relation to the AI pathfinding, causing some vehicle collision. We are currently investigating this situation.

  • Gameplay – Melee-killed enemies are tagged as “surrendering enemies killed”

    When trying to kill an enemy with close-quarters-combat (melee), the “surrendering enemy killed” notification may appear. Since surrendering enemies are considered as civilians, killing too many of them may result a mission fail. We are sorry for the inconvenience and have already fixed this issue for the next patch.

  • Mission – Boss will not re-initialise after mission replay

    After a mission fail, mission boss might not re-initialize when trying to replay the mission. This issue has already been fixed for the next patch.

  • Mission – La Plaga will not try to run-away when detecting player

    When reaching La Plaga, this one will not try to run-away by using the nearby bike when detecting the players. This issue has already been fixed for the next patch

  • Mission – Missing helicopter for Medication air transport activity on Tabacal

    It can be noticed that when playing in the Tabacal region, the side activity “Medication Air Transport” might not be available due to the fact that the helicopter is not spawning. We are sorry for the inconvenience and are currently investigating this issue.

  • Tacmap – Bosses might appear in red when un-zooming the map

    When un-zooming the minimap to reach the Cartel view and going back to the tacmap, some bosses might appear in red despite not being killed by the player yet. This issue has already been fixed for the next patch.

  • Co-op – Replication break when VIP interact with vehicles

    When playing in Coop, it can be noticed that replication might be affected when a VIP interact with a vehicle. This issue has already been fixed for the next patch

  • Co-op – Cutscenes unavailable for other players when replaying missions

    When playing Coop, it may be noticed that only the player that is restarting a mission is able to see the custscenes. This issue has already been fixed for the next patch.

  • Co-op – Unable to damage vehicles from other players

    In co-op, when a player enter and leave a vehicle, it can be noticed that other players are unable to deal damage to this vehicle. The team is currently investigating this issue.

  • Uplay – Download Issues

    Some players are reporting that their download on Uplay is getting stuck at 27GB. Our team is aware of this issue and currently investigating.

  • Pre-order – Invalid code

    Some players are reporting they’ve been unable to redeem their codes on the Redeem site “code invalid”. Please have a look at the FAQ for more details

  • PC – Outdated version

    Some players are reporting getting an outdated error message when booting the game. We suggest you to remove all previous versions of the game and verify game files. You can also try deleting some other files, such as: events.xml, Uyuni.grw, VersionDescription.ini and NvGsa.x64.dll.

Glitches and bugs

  • Glitch/Bug – 3D model glitch when changing save slot

    After the deletion of an existing game save or changing slot, it can be notice that the 3D model of the Ghost in not centred in the Charactersmith. This issue has already been fixed for the next patch.

  • Glitch/Bug – Level of Details (LOD) issues from far distances

    When piloting a helicopter or a plane at high altitude, it can be noticed that some visual elements are not showing properly. The team is currently investigating this situation.

  • Shop – Missing DLC/Season pass in-game store

    It can be noticed when reaching the in-game store menu that the Season Pass / DLC category is empty. As a workaround, you can get this content directly from your console or Uplay/Steam store.

  • Shop – Empty chest after weapon purchase

    When buying a weapon in the store that is available in the game world, it may happen that the chest that is supposed to contain this weapon is empty when trying to interact with it. This issue has already been fixed for the next patch.

  • PS4 – “The Champion” trophy

    In certain conditions, the “The Champion” trophy might not be triggered at the associated level cap. This issue has already been fixed for the next patch.

  • Ubisoft Club – “Welcome Back” pop-up

    If you participated in the Beta phases of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, a pop-up should be prompted at 2nd launch to remind you of the Ubisoft Rewards you are eligible for. However, this pop-up might not appear. This does not affect your eligibility for this content. This issue has already been fixed for the next patch.

  • PC – Crash when opening map

    A few players are reporting that when opening the map in-game, the game crashes to desktop. Our team is aware of the issue and is investigating. We recommend you to verify your game files or reinstall the game.

  • PC – Unable to launch the game on non-OS hard drive

    On some configurations, the game won’t start when installed on a non-OS hard drive. We are currently investigating this issue. As a work-around, we recommend you to go the Ghost Recon Wildlands installation folder and run rungame.exe with administrator rights once.

  • Gameplay – Intel HUD missing

    Some players who are playing with the HUD disabled are getting stuck when collecting Intel as there is no prompt to choose which Intel to collect. We recommend you to enable the ‘Notifications’ and ‘Input reminders’ options in the settings for the time being.

Performance issues

  • Xbox One – FPS drop when pressing Xbox button

    It can be noticed that when pressing the Xbox button on the gamepad and resuming gameplay, the game may suffer from a FPS drop for a few seconds. This issue has already been fixed for the next patch.

  • PC – Few seconds freeze when opening TacMap

    It can be noticed when opening the TacMap that the game may freeze for a few seconds (3s). This issue has already been fixed for the next patch.

  • PC – Multi-GPU Support

    layers using a SLI/Crossfire setup may experience severe stuttering and flickering during gameplay. We are currently working with our partners to solve those issues as quickly as possible. In the meantime, we recommend you to disable your second GPU when playing Ghost Recon Wildlands. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

  • PC – Autosave low FPS

    Some players have been reporting low FPS during autosaving. The team is currently investigating this situation.

  • PC – Unable to launch the game on non-OS hard drive

    On some configurations, the game won’t start when installed on a non-OS hard drive. We are currently investigating this issue. As a work-around, we recommend you go the Ghost Recon Wildlands installation folder and run rungame.exe with administrator rights once.

  • Performance – FPS drop in heavily populated areas

    When crossing heavily populated areas, such as cities, the game may suffer from a temporary FPS drop. The development team is currently investigating this situation.

  • PS4 – Performance drop after 100KM

    When reaching a total driving distance of 100KM, the associated trophy on PS4 might be triggered in loop, impacting performance of the gameplay. This issue has already been fixed for the next patch.

  • Controls – Fake controller

    Some players have been reporting that despite not having any controller plugged into their system, the game is using a gamepad as default controller. This issue can be related to the previous installation of a virtual joystick or previously connected devices – including, for instance, VJoy software. Please verify on your Device Manager > Human Interface Devices that only connected devices are activated.

Ghost Recon HQ app

  • Crash – Launch crash on iPod 5th Gen & iPhone 4S

    We identified crashes at launch on iPod 5th Gen & iPhone 4. We are currently investigating this issue and are not recommending using those devices with the Ghost Recon Wildlands HQ App for the time being.

  • Crash – Android only- Crash on Satellite view mode

    When using the Satellite view during an extensive game session, the app may crash. A restart of the app will solve the issue. We are currently investigating.

  • Crash – App crash when entering website

    On some specific devices, the app may crash when entering the web-site feature.

  • Display – Landscape view lock on iPhone 7+

    It can be noticed that the app is only available on Landscape view on iPhone 7+. We are currently investigating this situation.

  • Freeze – Freeze after multiple logins/logouts

    When trying to login & logout repetitively in a row, the Ubisoft Club icon may remain stuck and freezing the app. A simple reboot will solve the issue.

  • Android – Back button unavailable on website view

    On Android devices, the back button might not be functional while using the web site view.

  • Android – Return to main menu when locking device on website view

    When locking the device on Android while using the website view, the app may be automatically redirect to the main menu.

  • Bug/Glitch – Application unable to sync

    Some players are unable to sync their app with their game. Please try to use the following workaround:
    Go to START >Type in “Windows Firewall with Advanced Security” (Without quotes)

    -Click > Inbound Rules

    -Click > New Rule (Right column)

    -Click > Program > Next

    -Browse > Ghost Recon WIldlands EXE (GRW.exe) Wherever it is installed for you > Next

    -Allow the connection > Next

    -Keep all three checked > Next

    -Name it what you like > Description > Finish

    -Do this for Outbound Rule as well so they can communicate.

Ghost Recon Network

  • Stats – Inconsistency in enemy killed statistics

    It can be noticed in the Ghost Recon Network that the Total Enemy Killed counter is not accurate. We are currently investigating this issue

  • Stats – Missing icon for several weapons

    It can be noticed that some weapon icons are missing in the Weapon Leaderboard of the Ghost Recon Network.

  • Stats – Confusing “favourite vehicle” stat

    On the Ghost Recon Network advanced stats page, the favourite vehicle counter is using “m” unit instead of the “min” one. This stats is indeed based on the time spent on the vehicle and not the covered distance.

  • Notifications – Missing notifications

    While using the Ghost Recon Network, it may happen that notifications are not displayed in real time and would require a refresh of the page.

  • Taskforce – TaskForce emblem not updating

    It can be noticed that some Task Forces emblems selected in the game may not update on the Ghost Recon Network website.

  • Achievements – Confusing “Recruitment Command” unlock conditions

    The unlock condition description of the “Recruitment Command” achievement might lead to confusion. The player has to accept more than 4 “Join Task Force Requests” in order to unlock this achievement.

  • PS4 – Browser feature not loading

    Some PS4 users are reporting a “Cannot use this feature” error message when trying to use the PS4 browser. We’re investigating the issue.

  • Website – GRN / Unknown User Message

    Some players trying to access the GRN Website got the Unknown User message on the top right corner of the page instead of their real usernames. This issue should now be fixed.

Ubisoft has not yet revealed any details about the game’s next patch. We did get two day one patches already, though.

Ghost Recon: Wildlands is available now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Ghost Recon Wildlands Changes From Open Beta Detailed

8 Mar

Ghost Recon Wildlands has just launched and Ubisoft has detailed the changes to the final game from the open beta which includes numerous fixes and more. According to Ubisoft, various progression blockers and immersion breakers for the missions along with “co-op fixes regarding missions synchronization, replication, and online mechanics” have been fixed and more. Also […]

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