The hotly anticipated game The Division 2 is out now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and although it’s only just been released, plenty of players are wondering about The Division 2 endgame content. We can tell you that this includes Division 2 Specializations. Want to learn all there is to know about the Specializations in Division 2? Read on for all the details.
The Division 2 Specializations | How to unlock
According to The Division 2 official website, there are “several specializations” you can unlock. As of writing, however, there are only three in the game (more on them below). You will unlock all Division 2 specializations in the same way, however.
In order to unlock all specializations in The Division 2, you will need to reach level 30 and complete the main campaign. Once you have achieved both, you will unlock every specialization that The Division 2 has to offer. You will get to use one of the group at any time, meaning you can switch between them all if you fancy a change or require the use of a specialization weapon. You can change between them at the Quartermaster.
The Division 2 Specializations | What are they?
As stated above, there are just three specializations to choose from as of writing, with three more scheduled within Division 2’s first year. These are the Survivalist, Demolitionist, and the Sharpshooter. Each one comes loaded with its own signature weapon, skill tree, and a unique sidearm to boot. Thanks to division.zone, we know what the signature weapons for each specialization are.
Without further ado, here’s what the three current specializations will give you:
The Demolitionist specialization comes loaded with an M32A1 Multi-shot Grenade Launcher. It packs more than a punch. You’ll fire out multiple grenades that’ll explode and set enemies on fire. The Demolitionist also comes packed with a .357 Magnum Revolver and Fragmentation Grenades.
The Sharpshooter specialization’s signature weapon is the powerful TAC-50 C Rifle. This sniper can penetrate a whole bunch of enemies and will stagger those who are heavily armored. You’ll also get a Sharpshooter 93R, which fires in three-shot bursts, and a Flashbang Grenade.
The Survivalist specialization comes equipped with an Explosive Tipped Crossbow, which sounds all kinds of fun. You’ll also get access to a .44 Magnum Revolver with an optical attachment slot waiting to be filled. Incendiary Grenades, too.
As players are getting further and further into The Division 2, they are beginning to have the option to unlock one of three different specializations. Each specialization has different signature weapons and skills, allowing players to do more damage to their enemies by playing off the specific strengths of the specialization. There are three different specializations available to Division Agents once they have reached level 30, they are Survivalist, Demolitionist, and Sharpshooter. Below, we have briefly discussed each of the different specializations to help you decide which specialization you should choose!
The Division 2 Specializations | Which Specialization should I choose?
The Demolitionist is equipped with a grenade launcher and can cause massive destruction. It’s hard for your enemies to stay organized when they are worried about being blown up. Additionally, the Demolitionist has increased burn resistance and explosive damage, and group members gain 5% damage on all enemies who are out of cover. An artillery turret can also be equipped, which launches artillery shells at a designated location. If you like to cause a lot of mayhem, then the Demolitionist is probably the specialization for you!
The Sharpshooter is equipped with exactly what you’d expect, a sniper rifle. This specialization focuses on taking enemies out before they even know what hit them. Additionally, the Sharpshooter has increased headshot damage, reload speed, and weapon stability. They also have increased armor while in cover and allow group members to do increased headshot damage to enemies if they are closer to the target than you. If you’re a more methodical player and don’t like for things to get messy, then the Sharpshooter specialization might be the one for you!
The Survivalist is equipped with a precision crossbow, which allows them to take down even the toughest of enemies in the toughest situations. They are also able to use different traps and status effects. Additionally, the Survivalist has increased protection from enemies, increased healing from teammates, and cooldown reduction in water. Basically, as the name suggests, the Survivalist knows how to survive. This list just touches the surface of all of the different perks and abilities available to the Survivalist.