Ghost Recon Breakpoint: How to Increase Your Stamina

Survival is your top priority in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. The enemies on Auroa are not going to cut you any slack, and they’re going to send you on a wild chase if they ever catch sight of you. You’re going to find your character can’t run forever, either. The best thing you need to do is optimize your stamina regen and ensure you’re keeping track of it. If you ever lose sight of it, are have to go beyond your standard threshold, you’re going to become exhausted. To make your life easier, you can also increase your stamina.

How to Increase Your Stamina in Ghost Recon Breakpoint

There are a handful of methods to do this in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. The easier method to do this that every character can do is by visiting a bivouac for a rest. These are useful locations scattered throughout the game you can visit to remove fatigue from your character and gain passive buffs, along with crafting items or purchasing them from the in-game store. A passive you gain is going to increase your overall stamina bar by 20 percent. You’re going to find this option under the “Preparations,” tab while resting at the bivouac.

There are other methods, too. You can expand your stamina bar by going through the Survival skill tree and grabbing the Rations LV2 option. This skill is going to increase the passive effects of those under the bivouac. You can go even further with it by diving into the second Survival tree and grabbing Rations LV3, adding more time to them.

If you’re finding yourself doing particular activities, such as running or climbing, you can focus in on particular passive skills to advance to give yourself less stamina use while performing these activities. However, to use more than one passive, you’re going to want to spend two skill points to grab the two skill slots at the bottom. These are going to expand your current skill tree, allowing you to have more than one activated at one time.

There you have it. To increase your stamina, you’re going to need to spend a little time playing the game and fine-tuning your skills, but you don’t have to engage in any outside activities or challenges to make it happen.