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New Gameplay Features: Bounties & Projects
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Read this Tom Clancy's Division 2 guide on the revamped features from the first game High Value Targets and Assignment, now called Bounties and Projects. Learn more about each gameplay feature and more!

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Bounty System Overview

What Is The Bounty System

Endgame Bounties

Bounties is a reworked iteration of the High Value Target system introduced in The Division. Bounties put a price on enemy bosses to reward agents for eliminating hostile threats in Washington D.C.

Take On Procedurally Generated Bounties

New to The Division 2 is that many of the bounties are procedurally generated and act as if they are Division agents. A boss may utilize skills used by agents, and each time a player tracks a boss, that boss selects a location that complements their abilities.

How To Earn Bounties

There are multiple ways to earn bounties in the game.

  • Named zone liberation projects as you progress the campaign
  • Base of Operations Staff Member Otis Sikes offers bounties that require Target Intel currency
  • Clans that reach a certain rank receive a perk that add weekly bounties for all members
  • The Snitch, offers bounties to players who can find him

Endgame Bounties

Endgame Bounties

Upon reaching the end game, players will get access to the Priority Target Network, a progression tree of weekly bounties. Completing these bounties will unlock a final Heroic Bounty, that gives a hefty reward.

Priority Target Network Bounties Cost Target Intel

These bounties require Target Intel to be taken on, and will reset per week.

Failed Bounties Are Kept

Unlike in The Division, the new bounty system will retain failed bounties so players can give it another go without the risk of losing Target Intel currency. However, targets will relocate and will reinforce themselves!

Projects Overview

What Are Projects

What Are Projects

Projects is the revamped Assignments system from the first game, and are basically tasks required by Settlement Leaders and The Division Coordinator. Completing these reward blueprints, mods, crafting materials, experience, and bounties.

Sources of Projects in The Division 2

There are multiple sources of projects you can take on in the game:

Settlement Projects

During the campaign, settlements will demand water, food, components and gear donations to make them secure. This becomes crucial in the end game where you'll outfit strike teams to take out enemy factions.

Safe House

Certain Named Zones will come with Liberation Projects, which involve capturing and resupplying control points, disrupting hostile activities, and locate hidden SHD caches to eliminate faction leaders hiding in the zone.

End Game Priority Missions

These are Daily Projects that involve completion of Hard and Challenging mission.

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