‘Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands’ Guide: Where To Get A Parachute

By Allan , Updated Mar 14, 2017 09:28 AM EDT
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A "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands" guide how to get a parachute in the game and use it.
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One of the most useful item in “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands” is the parachute. With this item on hand, players can jump out of planes and choppers to infiltrate bases and a lot more. Unfortunately, isn’t bought in the in-game store, it has to be unlocked in the game. So this article will teach everything a player needs to know to get a parachute.

Where to Get the Parachute

To get a parachute in the game, Primagames report players must first reach the required level to be able to unlock the parachute skill in the Tacman menu. When the player reaches the right level, all they need to do is open the menu through the touchpad on PS4, pressing M on the keyboard and the select button in Xbox One. Go through the Skills section to see the list of skills available. One of it is the parachute which requires 550 Comm supplies and 1 Skill point.

To get all the requirements for the parachute skill, players can finish the Rescue Amaru mission to get 1 Skill point. As for the Comm supplies, players can identify the numerous Supply Raids hiding in the game using an intel or by talking to the leaders of Sicario in different Santa Blanca Installations in the area. As soon as the required Comm supplies are acquired, players can go again to Tacman menu and claim their new skill.

How to Use the Parachute

When the players got their very own parachute, the next thing to learn is how to skydive and use it according to Twinfinite. This item can be used when a player falls down on air. This usually happens when they jump out of helicopters, planes, or going anywhere that requires jumping. To activate it, just continue pressing the spacebar and the parachute should open in “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands”.

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