If taking out enemies from afar is the kind of thing you live for, or if you just want to have a powerful sniper rifle in your backpack for those special occasions, then look no further than the TAC 50. As one of the most powerful sniper rifle variants available in Ghost Recon Breakpoint (and with quite a reputation from other games), players will want to get their hands on the TAC 50 as soon as possible. To do this, though, you’re going to need to know the TAC 50 blueprint location. Thankfully, we can help. Let’s dive right in.
TAC 50 blueprint location in Ghost Recon Breakpoint
To find the TAC 50 blueprint location the normal way you’re going to need to gather some intel. Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear that you can choose exactly which weapon you’ll unlock intel for, so you could find out early on, or later on in your playthrough depending on your luck. If you’re wanting to skip all this hubbub, though, and go right to grabbing the blueprint yourself, well let’s just say that we can help with that.
To find the TAC 50 blueprint you’re going to need to head to Smuggler Coves. Look out for a little port area to the east of White Cross Peak. This is Maunga Nui Port. The resistance here is strong, so make sure you bring along a good bit of firepower to help get the job done.
After you arrive in Maunga Nui Port, clear out all of the enemies and then start looting all of the boxes. We’re not exactly sure which box gave us the TAC 50 blueprint, as there is currently a bug that causes the blueprints to not pop up as a completed mission in your menu system. However, you’ll know you’ve found it when you open a box and do not receive any kind of notice of any items or anything. When this happens, head back to the main hub area and visit the shop.
Now that you have the TAC 50 blueprint, you can head to the shop and craft the weapon from the Weapon on Demand area of the screen. This will allow you to pick up the TAC 50 sniper rifle at a relatively strong level, which is great for making sure you always have the weapon you want when you head back out on a mission. For more help, head back over to our Ghost Recon Breakpoint guides hub.