Are you up to chasing some serious challenge and a legit reward that’s gonna proof your mastery? Then obtaining Division 2 masks is just the right quest for you to take. In case you have no idea what we’re talking about, Hunter masks are special pieces of clothing perfect for customizing your character’s look. They are hidden somewhere in the city but finding them is only half of your trouble: to loot the mask it’s necessary to summon and strike dead its owner – an elite, highly-trained enemy called the Hunter.
If you’re up for this challenge, we are glad to share our detailed guide. We will dwell upon
Are you ready, Agent? You’d better be, ‘cause we are about to embark on our perilous journey through Washington D.C., starting with presenting you Division 2 all masks list.
Twelve masks are available for being obtained. Here we’ve compiled the full list of them, grouped by the place they’re located in:
You cannot just start collecting masks right away, because Hunters are not yet present in the world, and their appearance needs to be triggered by completing a small side quest. Responding to a distress signal sent by Agent Edwards, you will find yourself (and poor Edwards, but sadly, he’ll turn out to be very dead) near the Demolition Site control point. After you spend some time exploring the building and following the waypoint, our first Hunter will make its appearance. A fight will break out but there is no need in wasting your ammo – you cannot win anyway. However, there is a chance this fight ends in your death, so be extra careful and try not to kick the bucket before the Hunter knocks you down by electrocution. Congratulations, the side quest is officially under your belt now!
Once you recover from this unpleasant encounter, get back to the building, specifically to the lobby, then turn east. It’s hard to notice them at first, but there is a bunch of targets placed in the windows. Now it’s time for some shooting practice. Fire at the objects in descending order, and it will invoke the same Hunter, however, this time your fight won’t end so soon. This bastard has the Division 2 Demon mask, and you can win it over only by putting him down. We advise you to turn to extra equipment like a drone or a turret, because the Hunter’s gonna be armed to the teeth.
When you deal with him, loot your first reward. Now you can set off on the further adventure of locating other trophies.
Just before we get down to business, keep in mind that the remaining eleven Hunters (except for the Demon) need to be summoned at night. It’s creepy as hell and is most likely done to make these missions even harder. Or the Hunters just don’t want to get sunburnt, who knows.
Okay then, how about we roll?
Death, Cross, Diamond, and Phantom Hunter masks
We kinda feel like trying a non-trivial approach and at first, we will introduce you to the hardest quest that requires a simultaneous fight with four Hunters. Survive this battle, defeat all the adversaries, and you will be granted four masks at once: Phantom mask Division 2 cosmetic trophy, Diamond, Cross, and Death masks.
Division 2 Diamond mask looks like a spooky harlequin face, Phantom is pretty fugly with those ginormous teeth, Division 2 Cross mask has, well, a red cross on it and some weird-looking goggles, and Death mask in Division 2 has a distinctive skull-like print on it. Judging by the quest’s notoriety, these pieces are the coolest and the hardest to obtain from our list, so if you make it out alive after battling this murderous squad of Hunters, other missions will seem a piece of cake to you.
Have you still not changed your mind about this? Okay then, check the quest out:
Dealing with these enemies on your own is close to impossible, so seek your friends’ support and bring the drone and the turret with you. One more tip: try to lure the bastards to the territory near Sinkhole Control Point. They will be caught in the crossfire between some rival factions and military men and get distracted. When they do, make your move.
Midas and Revenant masks
How are you holding up, Agent? Alright? Good, ‘cause we have more trophies to collect. This couple of masks is not so scary, unlike the ones we’ve mentioned earlier but do not think they are easy to obtain. They are not.
Once again we recommend not to do it solo, as this time no NPC is gonna assist you. Anyway, use Skills and grenades and try not to die. No, we mean it, ‘cause if you turn up your toes, you’ll have to return when both Hunters are waiting for you inside, so yep, better stay alive.
Division 2 Crimson mask
Okay then, killer-bundles are over, now it’s gonna be strictly one-on-one combats.
Crimson mask has a handprint on it (guess what color is it) and is quite a challenge as well ‘cause this Hunter loves explosives and you, unfortunately, won’t have too many hiding spots as you will confront him out in the open.
Beware of seeker mines and Hunter’s drone. Once again, don’t die – getting back is a hell of a job. If you’re lucky, it’s possible to stumble across a patrol that’s passing by, so use it to your advantage.
Division 2 Ghoul mask
This piece of clothing is black, splashed with some green paint all over its the surface. It is hiding in the West Potomac area.
Again, we recommend not to try this alone. This encounter is very aggressive and very fast. However, there are lotta enemy patrols in the neighborhood, so set them against the Hunter – it should give you an opening.
Division 2 Ghost mask
This item is white with some nasty scratches on it. The spawning quest has made a lot of fuss among fans, so it was fixed and now seems not so hard at all, especially compared to the abovementioned ones.
Specter mask’s color is black, and there are two Aces on its lower half. It is located near the DZ South, to its right, to be specific.
Division 2 Wraith mask
This one is pitch-black and heavily scratched. The unlocking quest takes place near the war memorial.
That’s it, buddy! You nailed it! All the trophies – all twelve of them – are yours now. This is quite an accomplishment, so feel free to wear your trophies with pride, ‘cause you’ve got a lot to be proud of.
Hunters are a level 35 type of enemies, which means you must reach the level cap, get through at least World Tier 1, and get yourself a Specialization. Simply put, you must gear up and gain as much firepower as you can, ‘cause otherwise, you won’t stand the slightest chance against even one Hunter, not to mention two or even four of them. If you haven’t progressed enough, don’t worry – we have perfect powering-up offers on