Ghost Recon Breakpoint picks up right where Wildlands left off, this time taking the action to the tropical island of Auroa. With a larger emphasis on tactical gameplay, you’ll want as much control over the experience as possible. That includes the basic look and feel of the gunplay. With that, here’s how to switch shoulder view in Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
While switching shoulder view doesn’t directly affect how your character plays, it’s mostly to help your comfort level, for whichever view you feel best playing basically.
How to Switch Shoulder View in Ghost Recon Breakpoint
Breakpoint is all about letting you customize everything about your gameplay experience, and that includes how your camera works. Luckily it’s easy to change.
Here’s how to switch shoulder view in Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
- Simply press R1 (RB) once to swap the shoulder you’re looking over. Pressing the button again will switch it back.
If you want to free up that button for something else, however, you can do that too.
Remapping Shoulder View Control
If you want to change the controls, first press Options/Menu to bring up the main menu, then navigate over to the Options Menu, noted by the little ‘Cog’.
Now, select settings and use RT/R2 three times to access the Controller menu. Choose ‘Customize Controls’ and again use RT/R2 to get to the ‘Combat & Squad’ option. Now you can select whichever button you want to remap the shoulder view.
That’s everything you might need to know about how to switch shoulder view in Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
For even more tips and walkthroughs make sure to check out our Ghost Recon Breakpoint guide wiki. Here are a few other guides that might be helpful.
- How to Lean and Aim Around Corners
- How to Change Difficulty
- Co-Op Multiplayer: How to Play With Friends
- How to Change Weapon Reticle