Ghost Recon Breakpoint is out now, and many are wondering whether or not it has a campaign. This is understandable, given that it has shifted to being more of an always online games as a service affair. We’ve answered the question in this guide, and will give you a little bit of context as to how the campaign plays into the larger game.
Does Ghost Recon Breakpoint Have a Campaign?
Ghost Recon Breakpoint has placed a lot of emphasis on its story. It even has The Punisher’s Jon Bernthal as the main villain, and you’ve no doubt seen plenty of cinematic trailers in the lead-up to launch. There is a campaign to be played, and it’ll run you close to 30 hours all in all. It plays out in the form of main missions, indicated by yellow objective boxes. As long as you follow these, you’ll be playing through the campaign.
Can You Play it Solo?
Unlike Wildlands, Breakpoint does not focus on four-player co-op. Instead, you can play it solo, though it’s worth noting that you won’t have any AI companions to assist you. None of the main missions require another person, so while it will be more challenging than if you’d buddied up, you can go it alone in Breakpoint.
Can You Play the Campaign Offline?
Ghost Recon Breakpoint has to be connected to the internet in order to be played. This means that it cannot be played offline.
That’s everything you need to know about the campaign in Breakpoint. For more on the game why not check out our Weapons Guide. Elsewhere, there’s also tips on using Bivouacs, and equipping your binoculars.