Raids have arrived to Ghost Recon Breakpoint and it’s evident that they’re proving to be a bit of a challenge to those jumping in for the first time. These are four-player missions where cooperation is key to overcoming the challenges ahead. The first raid is called “Project Titan” and will challenge players to fight big drones, so they’ll need to have the best gear they can get. We’re in the process of compiling information on how to defeat the four raid bosses, but for now, here’s how to access the raid mode.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint raid guide
Our Ghost Recon Breakpoint raid guide will go over the requirements for getting into the raid, so you can prepare before launch. It will also go over everything we know about the Ghost Recon Breakpoint raid release date for “Project Titan”.
- When is the first Ghost Recon Breakpoint raid release date?: It’s out now!
- How do I enter the Ghost Recon Breakpoint raids?: You need to get your character to Gear Level 150. Full instructions are below.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint raid release date
Raids appeared a little early than the early December 2019 release date, but
The first mission of Ghost Recon Breakpoint raid mode will be called “Project Titan”, and will be a four-player cooperative mode where “super robot” enemies and “drone titan” bosses will be your opponents for the mission. It takes place on an active volcano on Golem Island.
It will also be replayable and contain exclusive rewards to obtain for your character. A full list of rewards will be available soon. There will be other raids throughout the year to come and you’ll find details on those in our Ghost Recon Breakpoint Year 1 guide.
How to enter Ghost Recon Breakpoint raids
You’ll need to be at Gear Level 150 to unlock the raid missions when the time comes. To get there, you’ll need to shoot a lot of enemies and loot a lot of chests, making sure to equip the gear you get along the way. Note that this will take a long time. You can find out more about gear levels in our Ghost Recon Breakpoint gear level guide.
I suggest that to prepare yourself, you complete the main campaign and a few of the side missions until you reach about Gear Level 130-140. For the last ten or so levels, you won’t need to do a ton more grinding away at enemies. Just keep looting the gear you find on them until your main gear level average is 150 or higher. Note that we have circled your gear level in red in the image above.
Once you have filled the equipment all the way to level 150, you can send your character back to Erewhon where you’ll be able to accept missions from Jericho. You may have forgotten who she is as she’s introduced when you first come to Erewhon, but she will act as the main point of contact and mission giver for the raid missions. She’s located close to Mads Schulz, with information about her location found in our Ghost Recon Breakpoint Erewhon guide.
Alternatively, you should also be able to access the Ghost Recon Breakpoint raids in the Objectives Board of the pause menu, to the left-hand side where the PVP Ghost War menu is found. Like how PVP Ghost War has its own set of missions in the “Sgt.Brown” icon, there is an icon for “Jericho” to the right of the raid option – the screenshot above has the placeholder image where players can access raids. The only mission found in “Jericho’s missions menu” at this time is to reach Gear Level 150, in preparation for when the raids come out.
You’ll need to partner up with four other players, so I’d recommend using the Ghost Recon Breakpoint Discord channel if you can’t find reliable companions in matchmaking. Four players is a hard cap, and if people disconnect, it can be a little tricky to get them back. To do this, go into the party tab on the menu – the one with the people, and click on the name of the recent player to try to invite them back.
Ghost Recon Breakpoint Project Titan raid boss guides
The first raid now available and is broken down into four different sections. Annoyingly, it seems that you need to complete each one in sequence and that can take up to an evening’s worth of sneaking around. While the missions themselves seem to just be focused on gaining intel, carefully shooting and eliminating bad guys, and proceeding onwards, each one culminates in a face-off against four separate bosses. You can check out the guides for each of the Ghost Recon Breakpoint raid bosses below:
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Titan ALPHA - Baal
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Titan BETA - Super Computer (COMING SOON)
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Titan OMEGA - Gargoyle (COMING SOON)
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint: Titan ZETA - Cerberus (COMING SOON)
Ghost Recon Breakpoint guide links
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint guide – The main guide for Ghost Recon Breakpoint, together with some tips for beginners.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint signature weapons – Where to find the best guns in the game.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint blueprint locations – Learn how to find blueprints and how to craft weapons.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint bipod location – Where to find the bipod attachment.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint NVG locations – Location of several night vision goggles.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint health – how to heal injuries and healing item recipes.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint Erewhon – where everything is in the hub, and how to get out.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint skills – All class bonuses and all the skills and perks listed.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint PC performance – How to get the best performance for Ghost Recon Breakpoint for your rig.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint preorder/bonus items – how to unlock your preorder bonuses in-game.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint weapon parts – All the information you need to get weapon parts and other gear in Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint gear level – Everything you need to know about gear levels
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint Faction missions – Find out what Battle Points are, the difference is between Faction Missions and Faction Support tasks, and the rewards for Battle Tiers.
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint Year 1 – All of the upcoming stuff coming in the next year to Ghost Recon Breakpoint