Given that you can’t play Ghost Recon Breakpoint with AI teammates just yet, solo players need every tiny advantage they can get. Today, I’ll show you where to get the Bipod in Ghost Recon Breakpoint to add a little stability to your sniping game.
Bipod attachment location
The Bipod attachment is located in the Seal Islands province in Ghost Recon Breakpoint. It’s at a compound called the Fuel Storage. This is a heavily guarded location with a mix of automatic turrets, drones, and a lot of regular soldiers. Luckily, the Bipod is somewhat easy to snag if you embrace the stealth game.
Head to the northern part of Seal Islands via helicopter. You’ll want to get way up in the sky and ensure that you’ve got the Parachute perk unlocked in the skill tree. Look for a collection of large cylinders a bit northwest of the main base. Parachute down and land on one, just be very careful; there are a few guards on and around these cylinders. Take out any guards in the immediate area using a suppressed weapon.
The Bipod will be on the ground level near the water. Once the coast is clear, make your way down and grab it from the crate. Attachments, unlike blueprints, don’t need to be crafted, so once you’ve got the Bipod it’s permanently unlocked for all compatible weapons, like the Tac 50 sniper rifle.
If you don’t have the Parachute perk unlocked, you could easily fly to a location nearby and sneak into the Fuel Storage compound on foot. Given the location of the Bipod, this shouldn’t be too difficult. You might want to consider the MP5 blueprint first, though, since you’ll be engaging in some close quarters combat to reach the crate.
Now that you’ve got the Bipod located and added to your collection of attachments, consider grabbing the HTI blueprint to snag one of the better sniper rifles in the game. If that’s not your thing, though, you can see our Ghost Recon Breakpoint blueprint guide for more options.