The Division 2 PvP has seen many a sniper already but the very same marksman rifle weapon class gets overshadowed in PvE due to other more versatile weapons. If you want even more Toughness, get Health instead of Skill Haste on the Gear Mods aswell. Then, once they have planned out the perfect build, it is as simple as getting out there and finding all of the requisite gear in-game. A build focused on solo gameplay in Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is probably the most popular choice at the moment. Desperate Times, Stopping Power, Tactical Advance and Evasive Action will keep you alive and ensure you spread your hurt around. As You Max to level 30 the Dark Zone mechanics will change and will have no level-segments which mean the area will be repopulated with new enemies with higher challenges and danger.
Talents: Critical Save, Tactical Advance, On The Move, Evasive Action Critical Save is useful for desperate times. Battle Buddy grants you protection after revives. Specialization When it comes to specialization, the Demolitionist is best suited for solo game. If you want to have a similiar build for PvP, I suggest checking out my build. Make sure you have one that revolves around talents that bump up critical hit damage and rate of fire. Both do serious work on their own, last a long time, and can be a real pain for your enemies to deal with.
The enemies will be throwing grenades at your position and will try to flank you. Second is Mask, with Refreshed - Healing skills increased by 30% while in the last segment of hp or Rehabilitated - When under a status affect health regenerated 2% per second. Once you have that first kill, you will be able to move forward against any enemy. When everything is in full flow, your enemies will regret knocking any of your health off. On your gear you want to look for the Hard Hitting and Destructive Talents, and you need seven Utility attributes to activate On the Ropes. This article covers the best character builds and skills in The Division. It can be used as an alternative to getting two bullets in, instead of manually loading them and then cancelling the animation.
Your only choice here is which of the three Signature Skills do you want to have active. Weapons Assault Rifle The Assault Rifle is going to be the primary weapon for this build. Combat Medic gives you a third healing option. But this guide should help start you on your path and tell you what to look for. Determining which select skills and talents make the cut can be difficult, especially in the early stages of the game when you have to grind a bit to unlock these skills and additional talent slots.
Gear Mods should be Firearms and Critical Hit Chance. This Skill is recommended if you want to survive as a Rogue player. This will significantly increase the damage dealt by the character and will allow you to easily heal yourself. It also makes for a nasty way to stop short-range enemies from rushing you. With some buffs to incoming healing a single canister can repair all of your armour. If you don't like all the additional work you need to do with Optimist, you can always get M700 with Ranger talent, which will make you do more damage the further you are from the target. Weapons The auto-rifle is in quite a good spot in the meta right now and most of them are viable, so this will come down to your personal preference and playstyle.
You can easily spot them on the map, coordinated to the colors of those wings green for Medical, yellow for Tech, and blue for Security. Which is why we are using the Booster Shot. Bloodlust is especially good if you have M700 in one slot and Nemesis in the other. Alongside a long-lasting talent, it makes sense to have one that can do lots of damage in a short burst. The long-range weapon can often drop any normal enemy in a single headshot. It can absolutely melt people in PvP, so can be a great addition to any squad.
There is no better brand set for a solo character in the game at the moment. It also has three different wings. Digital Scope provides the biggest Headshot Damage bonus out of any sight modification. Not to mention the Revive grenade will even bring you back up, should you go down near it. As for brands, try three pieces of Wyvern Wear for Critical Hit Damage, Drone Skill Power, and Critical Hit Chance.
In case the holster rolls an active talent, go for Bloodlust or Reassigned. In a boss fight the moment you should always use your signature skill as a solo player this almost entirely outweighs the benefits of the next best option, Survivor Link. At low health popping a medkit will increase damage resistance by 40% for 10 seconds. When a weapon has 50% of its magazine remaining, there is a 75% chance to receive a bonus that activates when the final bullet is fired from the current magazine. That will help you take down elite enemies while the long-lasting skill controls crowds. So you better get an increased magazine size along with increased rate of fire as your secondary perk.
Snipers make great solo builds because nobody else will steal your kills, and if you have buddies willing to help you line up shots, they can be devastatingly effective in group play, too. The Marksman Rifle is the best for quickly taking down enemies with headshots. If you get Heracles gloves, go for the Opportunistic active talent to get a damage boost upon wrecking a weak point. For instance, there's a talent called Demolition Expert that activates when you kill an enemy with an explosion, which then increases all explosion damage by 40% for the next 15 seconds. Ubisoft Make sure you look tacticool while gearing up too. For example, the Unbreakable armor talent repairs 70% of your max armor as soon as your armor is depleted. Putting your mouse cursor on these icons will also tell you exactly how many points you'll earn and what other rewards are being offered.
The second primary weapon should be Sweet Dreams Exotic shotgun. If you wanna see more videos from AreYouGaming. Here we offer some general advice before giving you detailed plans to work towards. Gila Guard is optimal here since it can roll Unstoppable Force active talent along with an offensive attribute slot which should be reserved to Headshot Damage. Specialisation Get Sharpshooter, this is a no-brainer. Late game, the talent you really want is Preservation, which repairs your armor every time you kill an enemy.