In Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, you’re able to hunt down weapon blueprints, including one for the TAC50. While everyone has a different preference when it comes to weapons, the TAC50 is extremely popular in that it’s a powerful sniper rifle that can help make the game easier, especially if you’re playing solo. Need a little help finding this blueprint? Below, we'll explain where you can get the TAC50 blueprint in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint!
Where to get the TAC50 blueprint in Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Based on our personal gaming experience, the blueprint for the TAC50 sniper rifle can be found inside the Maunga Nui Port off Sunken Clipper Bay in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint. As with most areas that house loot, like the blueprint for the TAC50 sniper rifle, you’ll have to pick off several enemies. There are different ways in which you can do this depending on how you prefer to play the game.
If you’re playing co-op, you and a teammate can work together to pick off enemies throughout Maunga Nui Port. If you’re playing solo, you can try a stealth approach by scouting the area using your drone, then carefully working your way through the port area. During our time sneaking around Maunga Nui Port, we were able to skirt past enemies, but had a harder time when we ran up against automated turrets.
We also wanted to take time to explore uninterrupted, so we wound up using firepower and determination to clear the entire area. It’s a lot easier to hunt for the TAC50 blueprint when there are no enemies around to harass you. The TAC50 blueprint is located in the center area of Maunga Nui Port in a weapon case on the second story of a nondescript office building.
Note that some gamers have reported difficulty acquiring the TAC50 blueprint here and have reported picking up the L115 blueprint instead. When searching for info on issues with the TAC50, we noticed that it’s recommended that you gain intel on the area beforehand. Although, this intel won’t tell you what sort of weapon blueprint you’ll pick up here, indicating this is likely a random drop regardless of intel.
Keep this in mind before you head out to the area, as there’s no explicit guarantee you’ll get the TAC50 blueprint here, even though this is where we (and others) picked ours up. For a visual guide, we recommend also checking out the video below courtesy of YouTube user Lunar Gaming.
Now that you know where to get the TAC50 blueprint in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, be sure to read through some of our other guides including where to find the HTI blueprint in Ghost Recon Breakpoint, where to find the MP7 blueprint in Ghost Recon Breakpoint, and where to find the SC-20K ASR blueprint in Ghost Recon Breakpoint.Load Comments