The Division 2 is adding in targeted loot in its sixth major patch

    
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In any game with gear, we’ve always had the one piece of gear that just does not seem to show up no matter what. You’re awash in hand armor, for example, but you can’t seem to get a new weapon. Fortunately for players of The Division 2, the game’s next major patch will introduce targeted loot so that players can pick out exactly what items are needed and hunt for exactly those drops. Every specific mission and named zone will offer certain pieces of reliable loot, and a variety of different content types will offer the same loot so you can choose what you’d like to take on.

Players will see targeted loot dropping in addition to the existing loot rewarded for clearing content, so you can look forward to this as a bonus rather than the only reward you’re going to get. Drops will also still scale with your overall gear level, as always. Check out the full rundown if you’re excited to be able to get that one specific piece that keeps lagging behind all of your other kit.

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angrakhan

I think the biggest challenge for TD2 is that Borderlands 3 just dropped and bored pve players will be playing that. Then Breakpoint will drop next month for those that favor tactical shooters. I imagine pvp players moved on a while ago.

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squid

Quit after I finished the story, all the progress I had made was erased and I wasn’t really sure what the point of the game was anymore. I’d rather replay Div1 than ‘finish’ Div2.

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Danny Smith

I dont know a soul, myself included, that still has the game installed. The loot is a tidal wave of boring crap and the setting is bland and forgettable compared to new york, the zoo was a highlight in a sea of white noise i can barely remember already. They can try these kind of fixes but i dont know if the game as a whole can suddenly be patched to be super interesting in ways it isn’t now.

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Hikari Kenzaki

Yeah, after the first world upgrade, getting better gear gets tedious real fast as a casual PvE player. This should be a nice addition.

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tiltowait

I quit because endgame was PvP, and there were only 3 pvp maps in the battleground rotation, and the lame open-world system.

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Godnaz

About time. Many quit playing for this reason alone. Playing Division 2 is about playing the content how you like to play it because the content is challenging enough not having to worry about your gear setup. I’ll be playing more often now. Damn, I may need to find a clan again for raids..