The Division 2 | New Gunner Specialization Gameplay, Signature Weapon & Full Skill Tree Breakdown



TheDivision2 #TheDivision #Ubisoft Here’s a look at the new Gunner Specialization in the Division 2. Gameplay and full skill tree. If you enjoyed the video, don’t …

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  1. I'm already farming for better rolled gears with higher Armor, Health and Weapon damages. At the moment, I have 70K TOTAL ARMOR ON KILL plus 27K ARMOR REPAIR/5secs every KILL.
    I have a low Armor of 240k and 60k Health. I also use UNBREAKABLE for my 2nd life just in case.
    97K Armor on Kill is overkill so I'm still farming for better rolled gears and wanted to run Safeguard.
    This build is intended to work more efficient with the new TU4 Specialization Gunner.

  2. While I have the year one pass I feel the requirements for those who don't are rediculous. They have to play like another 0-30 length of game just to get it then work on maxing it out. Also for those who are worried about it being too strong don't be. Once the dz gets invaded by it they will nerf it to the point where all it does is shoot sprinkles and unicorns farts.

  3. Uninstalled this crap game given the fact I still cant complete a ton of side missions, it's stupid they add more content that can break, and microtransactions instead of actually fixing issues. It's been literal months of upwards of 20 tickets trying to fix just wire scavengers alone. Screw ubisoft and their predatory practices

  4. This one looks like fun. I've been switching between Surv and Dem. SS isn't my cup of tea.

    The most welcome change is the fact that every Spec gives you 15% weapon damage for every weapon. The one downside of the Specs was that it semi-forced you to use at least one of the weapons it buffed.

    Still one thing missing, though: camo customization for Spec weapons.

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