Where To Find Target Intel In The Division 2
Target Intel in The Division 2 is used to get bounty contracts to hunt down enemies. You are not told how you can get target intel when you first get your bounty missions. Check out this guide to find out where to find target intel in The Division 2.
There are two main types of Bounties in The Division 2. Basic Bounties are awarded after you complete a Liberation objective where you free an area from control of a rival gang. The more advanced bounties are opened once you recruit Otis to the Base of Operations. Target Intel is used to activate Bounties from Otis.
Where To Find Target Intel In The Division 2There are a few ways to get target intel in The Division 2.
When you attack Control Points, you will open up a supply closet after taking it over. Inside the supply closets you can find all sorts of loot. Inside the large yellow crates, you will always get some target intel. You normally get five per chest and you can help others take over control points in their games as well. You can only hold 50 by default, so you can stock up fairly quickly.
This is rare, very rare. I have gotten target intel from certain purple and yellow enemies while taking Control Points. I got one from one body and two from another in about four hours. If you run into any elites or bosses while roaming, take them out and hope for the best.
When you are exploring Washington D.C you will often find ? events scattered throughout each area. These vary in objectives, from rescuing hostages to destroying propaganda. There’s a chance to receive Target Intel for completing some of the missions.
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