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its so hard to get exotic weapon beside p90 and desert eagle , sniper any advice or help thank you

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Best way I know is to do Main Missions on hard or higher with a group or solo. It's the only way you'll pick up any exotics !!! Plus you'll need to find a bunch of keys......but you might have to some Main Missions on hard or higher over again till you get parts or full weapons. You can get the Merciless from The Washington Hotel Main Mission on hard or higher from a Boss drop.  As seen here from YouTube:

 

 

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I know one thing is this sometimes you might have do some Main Missions on hard or higher over & over again to even get a exotic weapon or gear from a Boss drop or you could get one exotic on your very first try. But you'll never know unless you try.

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There's one thing I HATE the most is GRINDING for EXOTIC parts of Weapons & Gear. It's a pain in the butt looking for these parts. I wish UBISOFT never ever came up with this IDEA of looking for EXOTIC parts. It was a big WASTE of my time.IT took me months & not days or weeks to find all the parts to the Chatterbox Exotic SMG and I hated it. That's one of many reasons I left the game for a very long time. Plus it took all the enjoyment out of the game all together. I HATED it very much to GRIND for parts.  Sorry people I'm just blowing off steam & do apologize in this forum. But If Ubisoft ever sees this make that change to never make us grind for Exotic parts again.....ever.Thank you.

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On 12/23/2019 at 3:03 PM, Malcolm Kocinski said:

There's one thing I HATE the most is GRINDING for EXOTIC parts of Weapons & Gear. It's a pain in the butt looking for these parts. I wish UBISOFT never ever came up with this IDEA of looking for EXOTIC parts. It was a big WASTE of my time.IT took me months & not days or weeks to find all the parts to the Chatterbox Exotic SMG and I hated it. That's one of many reasons I left the game for a very long time. Plus it took all the enjoyment out of the game all together. I HATED it very much to GRIND for parts.  Sorry people I'm just blowing off steam & do apologize in this forum. But If Ubisoft ever sees this make that change to never make us grind for Exotic parts again.....ever.Thank you.

I completely disagree. The grind is what gets most people to keep coming back to play. I wouldn't have played nearly as much if there was no grind. That's kind of the whole point of looter shooter games.

You will love the new expansion. All your exotics will not be below the level cap and you have to reacquire them once you reach level 40.

 

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2 hours ago, Prvt3Jok3r said:

I completely disagree. The grind is what gets most people to keep coming back to play. I wouldn't have played nearly as much if there was no grind. That's kind of the whole point of looter shooter games.

You will love the new expansion. All your exotics will not be below the level cap and you have to reacquire them once you reach level 40.

 

Though, do you like how you grind for exotics in TD2 compared to how you grind for them in TD1?

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21 minutes ago, Oh. daesu said:

Though, do you like how you grind for exotics in TD2 compared to how you grind for them in TD1?

I'm guessing you mean the ones where you had to farm individual parts.

I didn't mind it. It gave reason to play additional activities in the game. It got a little annoying when you had to wait for a specific map rotation like we did for one of them (I forget offhand which one).

I mean nothing will ever be more fun than farming The Bullet King before they patched it, but yeah I don't mind the exotics in TD2.

 

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6 hours ago, Prvt3Jok3r said:

I completely disagree. The grind is what gets most people to keep coming back to play. I wouldn't have played nearly as much if there was no grind. That's kind of the whole point of looter shooter games.

You will love the new expansion. All your exotics will not be below the level cap and you have to reacquire them once you reach level 40.

 

You may like it ........but I don't & it doesn't make me to want to come back to the game at all !!! It make want to leave and not want to come back.The game is not all looter shooter type game. It's a looter shooter,buy,sell,trade,& protect type of game.  I don't mind grinding for the whole exotic weapon & gear.......but I hate to grind for parts.Which is a lot harder to get,find,& locate which I hate the most. It's okay if you like it......but I HATE it !!!

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12 hours ago, Malcolm Kocinski said:

You may like it ........but I don't & it doesn't make me to want to come back to the game at all !!! It make want to leave and not want to come back.The game is not all looter shooter type game. It's a looter shooter,buy,sell,trade,& protect type of game.  I don't mind grinding for the whole exotic weapon & gear.......but I hate to grind for parts.Which is a lot harder to get,find,& locate which I hate the most. It's okay if you like it......but I HATE it !!!

I will just say it absolutely is 100% a looter shooter. Just like Destiny, Warframe, Borderlands, etc. 

I don't think anyone really sees it as a buy,sell, trade type of game. That would be more Warframe, where you can sell/trade just about any weapon, mod, or piece of gear you craft or loot in exchange for in game currency. In The Division, you are limited to sharing just with who you were playing with when you looted a piece of gear. It's not a significant part of the game. Path of Exile, although not a looter shooter, would be another example of a game with a real marketplace.

Without needing to grind for things, I think just playing activities and missions over and over would get a lot more repetitive and boring. The loot game gives you a goal to reach. It gives direction and purpose. You want that new exotic AR that just dropped yesterday? Well, you know what you have to do.

I'm excited for the new Gear 2.0 and gear score going up to 515 making all of our gear useless. It will be fun to have to grind for new gear and experiment with new builds.

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12 hours ago, Prvt3Jok3r said:

I will just say it absolutely is 100% a looter shooter. Just like Destiny, Warframe, Borderlands, etc. 

I don't think anyone really sees it as a buy,sell, trade type of game. That would be more Warframe, where you can sell/trade just about any weapon, mod, or piece of gear you craft or loot in exchange for in game currency. In The Division, you are limited to sharing just with who you were playing with when you looted a piece of gear. It's not a significant part of the game. Path of Exile, although not a looter shooter, would be another example of a game with a real marketplace.

Without needing to grind for things, I think just playing activities and missions over and over would get a lot more repetitive and boring. The loot game gives you a goal to reach. It gives direction and purpose. You want that new exotic AR that just dropped yesterday? Well, you know what you have to do.

I'm excited for the new Gear 2.0 and gear score going up to 515 making all of our gear useless. It will be fun to have to grind for new gear and experiment with new builds.

Okay Joker when you  find  loot do you keep it? Or do you sell it to The Division traders do also buy from the traders? If you do than it's not just a looter shooter type game in total 100% percent. There is a little bit of both in this game my best guess is this loot 33 % percent,selling 33% percent,buying 33% percent or less and 1% percent of something else. So it's not 100% percent looter shooter  as you see it. I'm sorry I just don't see it that way. To me I don't see 100% percent of just looter shooter type game. Plus what about gathering stuff for the control points like water,food,& parts that you give to the control point officers & Base of Operation mission where you donate or trade stuff to get points. That's where the trade part comes in. Plus the protect part in the game with you protect the control points from in coming enemies. So I can't see a 100% percent just looter shooter type game at all. Sorry Joker I just disagree with 100% percent.I do agree with some of the things you say.....but not all. I just don't see it that way. Joker do you agree to disagree and leave it at that. Because  I  do not wish to discuss , argue, or talk  any further & leave at that okay. You have your point of view & I have mine. Let's leave it at that if that's fine with you.Thank you.

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12 hours ago, Malcolm Kocinski said:

Okay Joker when you  find  loot do you keep it? Or do you sell it to The Division traders do also buy from the traders? If you do than it's not just a looter shooter type game in total 100% percent. There is a little bit of both in this game my best guess is this loot 33 % percent,selling 33% percent,buying 33% percent or less and 1% percent of something else. So it's not 100% percent looter shooter  as you see it. I'm sorry I just don't see it that way. To me I don't see 100% percent of just looter shooter type game. Plus what about gathering stuff for the control points like water,food,& parts that you give to the control point officers & Base of Operation mission where you donate or trade stuff to get points. That's where the trade part comes in. Plus the protect part in the game with you protect the control points from in coming enemies. So I can't see a 100% percent just looter shooter type game at all. Sorry Joker I just disagree with 100% percent.I do agree with some of the things you say.....but not all. I just don't see it that way. Joker do you agree to disagree and leave it at that. Because  I  do not wish to discuss , argue, or talk  any further & leave at that okay. You have your point of view & I have mine. Let's leave it at that if that's fine with you.Thank you.

All loot based games have some sort of merchant or merchants you can sell or buy gear from. 

When someone says a game has buying/selling/trading components to a game, they are usually referencing among players, which this game really doesn't have.

What you are saying about "protect" and other parts of the game is just part of the gameplay. Destiny has strikes and raids. Does that mean it is not a looter shooter? Nope. It's still a looter shooter. Warframe has survival missions and defense missions. Still a looter shooter.

That's the archetype of the game. Just like The Division. 

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7 minutes ago, Prvt3Jok3r said:

All loot based games have some sort of merchant or merchants you can sell or buy gear from. 

When someone says a game has buying/selling/trading components to a game, they are usually referencing among players, which this game really doesn't have.

What you are saying about "protect" and other parts of the game is just part of the gameplay. Destiny has strikes and raids. Does that mean it is not a looter shooter? Nope. It's still a looter shooter. Warframe has survival missions and defense missions. Still a looter shooter.

That's the archetype of the game. Just like The Division. 

Okay Joker those games you mention like  Warframe & Destiny I never played and I wouldn't know. But I mostly play survival ,survival sci-fi, military survival,or  post-apocalyptic  type role-playing video games. Like Fallout 1,Fallout 2,Fallout Tactics,Fallout 3,Fallout : New Vegas,Fallout 4,Fallout 76,Rage 1,Rage 2,Wolfenstein 1,Wolfenstein 2,Ghost Recon Future Soldier,Battlefield 4,Call of Duty Infinite Warfare,The Division 1, & ect. But I will admit in my opinion only I never really thought that The Division 1 & The Division 2 were thought as looter shooters to me. I played them like I was part of the games and never ever gave it a second thought that it was a looter shooter type game. Because I played them like they were a survival type game than a looter shooter like you mention before & I'll leave it at that.

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3 hours ago, Malcolm Kocinski said:

Okay Joker those games you mention like  Warframe & Destiny I never played and I wouldn't know. But I mostly play survival ,survival sci-fi, military survival,or  post-apocalyptic  type role-playing video games. Like Fallout 1,Fallout 2,Fallout Tactics,Fallout 3,Fallout : New Vegas,Fallout 4,Fallout 76,Rage 1,Rage 2,Wolfenstein 1,Wolfenstein 2,Ghost Recon Future Soldier,Battlefield 4,Call of Duty Infinite Warfare,The Division 1, & ect. But I will admit in my opinion only I never really thought that The Division 1 & The Division 2 were thought as looter shooters to me. I played them like I was part of the games and never ever gave it a second thought that it was a looter shooter type game. Because I played them like they were a survival type game than a looter shooter like you mention before & I'll leave it at that.

 

I will make it simple. I am talking about the genre of the game. It doesn't matter how you choose to play it. 

Games fit into genres. Diablo and Path of Exile are action RPG's. Bard's Tale is an RPG. Destiny is a looter shooter.

If someone asked what genre The Division fit into, it's classified as a looter shooter. 

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On 2/14/2020 at 6:19 PM, Prvt3Jok3r said:

 

I will make it simple. I am talking about the genre of the game. It doesn't matter how you choose to play it. 

Games fit into genres. Diablo and Path of Exile are action RPG's. Bard's Tale is an RPG. Destiny is a looter shooter.

If someone asked what genre The Division fit into, it's classified as a looter shooter. 

Well I guess so. Here's what Future Game Releases had to say about that: The Division 2 cannot and shouldn’t be compared to other looter shooters at all

Angel Kicevski March 19, 2019

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The Division 2 is probably one of the best looter-shooter video games ever released on the market. Since the get-go, the game easily stands out from others in the same genre. It is quite easy to judge and compare the current success to other video game’s failures. The Division 2 success is something far more compared to others. There are many things to list, however, we would love to keep it short and give a couple of features The Division 2 offers, but also make a little comparison against others. So far, the current stance is that no other looter shooter MMO has managed to achieve something like this, even if this early in release. It appears like Massive and all the others working on The Division 2 have learned upon their mistakes made throughout its original title.

Story Mode

During this segment of gameplay, you’ll find the game quite pleasing and not punishing at all. Meaning, it is only the beginning of the journey. However, when you start progressing and upgrading your character, you will receive a punch. That most likely happens after the World Tier progression.

World Tier Progress and Specialization

Even though it’s a part of the leveling process, to further upgrade your character you need to advance through higher World Tiers. After the invasion of the Black Tusk, the main missions change their integrity and gameplay, which gives the players a completely unique feel. The game’s advancement system feels pretty requiring and pushes the player to grind its way through. Which is an expected purpose of the MMO genre. For the first time in the franchise, The Division 2 offers Specializations. Advancing to World Tier 2 will unlock them, allowing the player to choose from three in-game specs. This will allow them to have special abilities alongside their weapon arsenal. After the invasion and its completion by the player, they can swarm through DC and find out how many people of the Black Tusk faction actually set a foothold in DC. They remain as a core theme, contributing to a bigger gameplay variety. Again, this means more content and not a repetitive one. Throughout this whole process, players do not need to worry about traveling, since their fast travel allows them to hop onto another mission as soon as they completed the previous one. This allows them to get to end-game a lot faster. After getting to World Tier 4, the game starts to become a lot more interesting. Grinding your way through is what makes the game feel unique, so as the game modes in which players could participate to gain extra loot.

Comparison to Other Games

Compared to Anthem, The Division 2 was more unique since the launch. Once you get to the second World Tier, you can easily lock down how much content it actually offers. There are countless of side and main missions, including a couple of Strongholds who are determined as high-end gameplay missions. Something Anthem was missing from the get-go. Something Destiny tried to offer but without success. Making it look this unique, surely provides the player with refreshing gameplay, despite the faction invasion after the World Tier advance.

Game Modes

The Division 2 has numerous game modes, offering different player activities. With a huge variety and open-world gameplay, players could choose from a wide spectrum of ventures. The missions gain other difficulties which are a lot harder, giving the player a chance to obtain better loot. Bounties, Missions, Strongholds, everything is on the touch of your hand. There are plenty of them to choose from. Not to mention the Control Points, who are on the verge of a retake by enemy factions.

For  information on this topic go to this Link or Website here: https://www.futuregamereleases.com/2019/03/the-division-2-cannot-and-shouldnt-be-compared-to-other-looter-shooters-at-all/

What I liked about The Division 2 it added more factions to the game than The Division 1.

By the way Private Joker I'm not simple or stupid......I know what you mean !!!

 

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