Golem Island is a unique Raid location in Ghost Recon Breakpoint, which is a first for this long-lasting franchise. Taking notes from The Division 2, Breakpoint, too, offers one such high-difficulty activity, which is also the first whiff of endgame we have got
Here, we'll teach you how to get to Golem Island, and what you need to do before you're eligible to play the raid. You'll also find out about the Golem Island location, and what sort of enemies you should expect to find there.
Golem Island Location in Ghost Recon Breakpoint
You can check out the Golem Island location whenever you open the map, as it shows up by default, though it is hidden by a body of clouds in the upper right corner of the sandbox level. The location itself is the easy part, with that in mind. Actually accessing the raid and getting a high-enough gear rating to compete is something else entirely.
The raid is optional, but most players will want to give it a shot at least once, as it's supposed to be the pinnacle activity of the game. To try your hand at dismantling the so-called Project Titan, you're going to need a few things beforehand.
First order of business is to unlock your access to Golem Island. You're going to need to visit Jericho, one of the former Skell employees, who can be found at Erewhon. She can easily be found close to the central war room where you first find Mads Shultz. Jericho will be working on something on a laptop. This is the easy part.
The more difficult part of your Golem Island hunt will be increasing your gear rating to 150, which is the minimum required level to be eligible to play the raid. You're going to want to do the following to up that number:
It's going to be a bit of a grind, but that's just how it is in looter-shooters. Accessing endgame doesn't come easy, but with more raids on the way, there's no reason not to go after them.
Another endgame activity in Breakpoint is using your binoculars. Find out why that is the case by reading our guide.