Most of the players will agree that Tom Clancy’s: The Division is not your typically pew-pew, bang-bang shooter game. With an intense plot and excellent game mechanics, the game has all the ingredients needed to attract any sort of gamer, regardless of genre preference.
Leveling up and acquiring new and powerful weapons can be one of the most difficult aspects of the game. And this is not one of those games where you have to do some, stuff or to run around in circles in order to get yourself a cooler weapon.
As it happens, the drop factor has much to do with the game’s level of difficulty. This means that those who choose to play the game on easy mode have fewer chances of getting their chances on a badass weapon, than those playing the game in insane mode.
Here’re a few tips about how you can acquire some pieces of equipment in order to expedite your foes into the Netherworld with greater speed. First of all, you have level up a bit. Particular difficulty levels can be unlocked only if the player meets level requirements.
After you’ve leveled up a bit, you can then try to change the game’s level of difficulty. Start small and work your way up to the insane mode. Now, don’t go thinking that if you’ve unlocked the next level of difficulty the next foe you’ll encounter will drop a rare weapon.
It’s all about context here: the player has to be in the right place, at the right time, on a certain level of difficulty in order to unlock rare goodies.
As many players reports, the best loot to have is situated in the Dark Zone, where General Assembly, the last mission begins.
Note that this is will be a bit frustrating at first, but you’ll get used to the next level of difficulty. And once you’ve earned enough experience, bagging bad guys will be easy as pie.
Now, in order to secure some sweet weapons it is important that you face some pretty nasty foes like Lt. Col. Charles Bliss. Of course, Bliss won’t be alone: he’ll be surrounded be many superior opponents, very hard to bring down.
But, if your squad mates play it cool, defeating Bliss and his lackeys will be relatively easy. After Bliss dies, he will drop a high-quality weapon. Unfortunately, Bliss drops only one weapon of the time, meaning that only one member of your squad can pick up and use the gun.
Don’t worry too much about this aspect. You can always come back in full force in order to deal with Colonel Bliss and get another weapon. And, according to several players, you can do this for as long as you want because the good old Charles Bliss will give you what you need.