As a result, your allies will have a much higher chance of defeating enemy players in a shootout. Division 2 specialization equipment and ammo Each Division 2 specialization has it's own piece of special gear in the form of a unique weapons that balances power with limited ammo. The Division 2 Demolitionist specialization The Division 2 Demolitionist specialization is your go-to damage dealer using a M32A1 grenade launcher to bombard the enemy. But this decision is not final, you can switch between these Specializations and unlock some of the progression of the Sharpshooter and then switch back to Demolitionist. Survivalists can control their surroundings using status effects. The Signature Weapon Ammo Bar will fill up slowly - but headshots, explosive kills, killing enemies under status effects and additional specialization actions will help you fill that bar more quickly.
Six gear tiers Weapons, Gear, and Armor are split into six color-coded tiers: Worn, Standard, Specialized, Superior, High-End, and Exotic. Fortunately, you can shoot the padlock from the other side. In addition to that, killing a target under a status effect is also the way to earn Special Ammo for the Signature Weapon. Finally, the Demolitionist has the Explosive Ordnance skill tree. Signature ammo drops once the bar fills up, and you can continue doing that for more ammo.
The Tactical Link has three successive perks, with Vital Protection the same as the Sharpshooter , Crisis Response which automatically refills all ammo when armour is reduced to 0, and Braced for Impact that ignores explosions once every 60 seconds. If you have the Year 1 Pass, you will instantly unlock the Gunner Specialization. Tom Clancy's, The Division logo, the Soldier icon, Snowdrop, Ubisoft and the Ubisoft logo are trademarks of Ubisoft Entertainment in the U. Each Specialization is also a whole Progression Tree on its own that unlocks special things for your character - including exclusive Skill Variants and other perks that help you in that role. Check out our for more details. As previously revealed, season pass holders get access to the Gunner immediately, whereas everyone else will need to complete a Special Field Research.
Specializations feel like you should be able to mix and match talents not just pick one because it gives you X good attachment or X better reload speed with one gun class. If you own the Year 1 pass, completing the Field Research will unlock exclusive cosmetic rewards instead. Although these are the three most important active Demolitionist skills, you also need to take a few passive skills into consideration. While the One in the Head perk will boost your headshot damage by 25%. The unusual low barrel design firing from the bottom of the cylinder makes for a balance rarely seen in this category of weapon. Instead, head to the White House and talk to your Quartermaster.
As far as equipment bonuses go, the Sharpshooter can unlock increased rifle damage and gain a 93R burst-fire pistol as a sidearm. As the Crisis Response perk might suggest, the key equipment synergy for the Demolitionist is with the Light Machine Gun. Guns with high recoil are harder to control and keep on target. It's also worth noting that you really want to have different specialistaions on your team so you're not stealing each others ammo. While Incendiary Grenade provides the burn part, the Sadist talent will increase the damage to bleeding enemies by 20%.
Signature weapons sale with tier, this increase is in addition to that scaling. It's important to remember that you'll only earn specialisation points for the Division 2 specialization you have active. Also remember to play with three generous friends who are willing to trade you the Sweet Dreams should they get it, as that effectively quadruples your drop rate. With the Tactician-Drone you can mark enemies that are in the area, with the Flashbang Grenade you can stun your enemies and headshot kills reward you with ammunition for the Signature Weapon. These figures are more for guiding you on the best way to use a weapon. Explosive Ordnance This is the second skill you should invest your specialization points in, as it increases all of your explosive damage by 25%, regardless of the type of weapon you'll be using.
Behind the large central statue is a wall-mounted computer screen with a button you can interact with. Just remember that this skill works only in Conflict mode. Because of how scarce and rare to drop signature ammo can be, make sure there are a variety of Specializations in your squad, rather than four or eight players all using the same one. The Scraping By perk also rewards mobility by generating ammo while you're moving from cover to cover. The Gunner, in case you missed it, that sits alongside the existing grenade launcher, crossbow, and heavy sniper rifle Specializations. When sifting through new pieces of armor, you can see how each piece would change your armor, health, and skill power. While that sounds like a double-edged sword, there is also the more much palatable Deft Hands perk and, which greatly increases reload speed, and its follow-on perk Breath Control, which does the same for weapon stability.
Beating the last of those three will unlock the endgame in its entirety, and prompt you to head to the White House to equip a Specialization at the same desk as where you equip skills and perks. Demolitionist Tactical Link increases the damage of your group members by 5% for all enemies that are not hiding behind the cover. This weapon can also shoot through several targets. While it mostly looks similar to its predecessor, The Division 2 makes huge changes to many of the systems from the first game. Damage Drop Off, Reload Time, and Critical Strike Range If you want to get really nitty-gritty, check below accuracy and stability at reload time, critical strike range, and damage drop off. All three spots are found near the Washington Monument itself. Some are missing a couple, while others are lacking just one.
Most of them are active skills, which focus on increasing the damage of your weapons. The Signature Weapon Ammo Bar will fill up slowly - but headshots, explosive kills, killing enemies under status effects and additional specialization actions will help you fill that bar more quickly. How to unlock Specializations in The Division 2 In order to unlock any of these endgame classes you will need to have reached the max level cap of 30 and finished the campaign of The Division 2. So a demolitionist can get specialist ammo from explosive kills, sharpshooters from headshots and so on. So while this weapon is very powerful, you also have to fight for ammunition in some cases.