Ghost Recon Breakpoint features a large open world for you to explore that is full of enemies that will try to start gunfights with you if they find you. For this reason, it might be best to try and sneak around some of them, with your map coming in handy for doing this. Marking enemies can really help you keep track of them as you’re moving around and this guide will explain just how you can do that in Ghost Recon Breakpoint.
The map only shows clusters where enemies are located with a red marker as you’re moving around, though this isn’t the most accurate. Rather than go off of this, what you need to do is stay hidden and look towards where the red cluster is and start aiming your gun in that direction.
We most certainly don’t want to start firing, but rather we just want to move the crosshairs over where the enemies are located here. When you highlight over one, a little upside down arrow will appear above the enemy and start there both on the field and in the map.
Once you have the enemies in that area marked, the red cluster on the map is replaced by the more accurate arrows. These allow you to see just how close you are to these enemies or not when trying to sneak by or up on them, so using this tactic can be very handy.