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Skills that are worth unlocking first? Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint

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During the first few hours of the game, it’s worth focusing on upgrades that can help you improve your experience, use new skills, or simplify the process of creating and improving weapons.

For this reason, it’s worth getting interested in the following skills:

Experience bonus – gives you a 20% bonus on the number of experience points earned. This bonus is already a big win, but you can combine it with the bonus available during camping (10%) to receive a 30% bonus from your accumulated experience. This significantly speeds up character development.

Parachute – Lets you open the parachute to absorb fall damage. Helicopter travel is great, but it can also help you get out of a tall building.

Profit Slot – Unlocks the second profit slot – a passive skill that significantly increases the character’s effectiveness or gives you an additional bonus. It pays to unlock this skill early in the game and despite the cost of 2 skill points – perks often provide huge bonuses.

Thermal vision – allows the use of thermal vision, which allows you to target enemies at night or in battles in areas with many obstacles, such as: Like in forests, it can be easily located.

Better disassembly – allows you to get many more craft materials, from dismantling weapons to simple parts. An essential skill that must be unlocked as early as possible to maximize the effect.

Night vision device – allows you to use a night vision device that can bring great relief during night battles.

Profit Slot – Unlocks the second profit slot – a passive skill that significantly increases the character’s effectiveness or gives you an additional bonus. It pays to unlock this skill early in the game and despite the cost of 2 skill points – perks often provide huge bonuses.

Rocket launcher – allows you to use a rocket launcher. They are perfect for fighting helicopters and other heavy armored targets. Additional rockets can be bought in the store or by yourself.

Recon Mastery – A bonus that gives your character 50 experience points when a drone chases an enemy. The bonus may seem small, but points accumulate very quickly, especially if you fight in larger enemy outposts – and you can still mark enemies with a drone.

Resource Recognition – Makes nearby resources visible on the minimap. A great way to detect invisible crafting materials by default.

Sync Shot Drone – Unlocks a new type of consumable item that can be used for synchronized recording. This way you can mark up to 4 enemies and then activate the item to eliminate it immediately. Works well in places where you can’t eliminate many targets without triggering an alarm.

These skills can be unlocked at the beginning of the game, and the number of development points needed for this purpose can be achieved in a few dozen minutes of the game.

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