The Division 2 Electronics Farm

The Division 2 electronics farm has become a necessity to stay ahead in the game's grind-heavy gameplay.

Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is an multiplayer online third-person shooter which includes role-playing game elements such as leveling up, skill trees and resource management. Developed by Massive Entertainment and published by Ubisoft, The Division 2 was released March 15 on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as the sequel to 2016's The Division.

Taking place seven months after the first game, The Division 2 sees players take the role of sleeper agents from the Strategic Homeland Division attempting to restore order in Washington D.C. after a terrorist outbreak of genetically-engineered smallpox devastates the population and causes the breakdown of order, as survivors and bands of marauders engage in civil war in the ruined city.

In the midst of this extremely-emphasized-not-political conflict, players will have to take time out from shooting bands of vaguely-villainous-but-not-political enemies to scrounge up resources such as electronics, a rare crafting material.

The Division 2 Electronics Farm

The Division 2 electronics farm is needed to make advanced gear components.

They can be occasionally given in a Supply Room after completing a Control Point takeover.

Alternatively, they can be gained from Resource Convoys which become available after players unlock The Campus, the second settlement. Red convoys are enemy shipments of resources that are heavily guarded and thus require some preparation to take down. Roll lucky and they will contain more electronics.

The most consistent method of farming electronics are to go into Hyena territories; not only do Hyena enemies drop them with fairly high consistency upon death, but their territories generally have higher probability of finding electronics in the overworld's intractable objects.

Electronics are generally used for late-game equipment. Other late-game content includes the three new specializations and raids.

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